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  Apr 05, 2016 

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APRA should regulate SMSFs say industry funds

Industry fund trustees and executives believe SMSFs are not being appropriately regulated by the ATO and should fall under the watch of APRA. Read more

Infocus acquires fourth advice business

Infocus Wealth Management’s ‘Succession Plan’ strategy has seen it acquire a fourth advice business. Read more

Panama Papers allegations not representative of the financial services industry: deVere Group

Allegations laid out in the Panama Papers are not representative of the international financial services industry, a leading international advisory firm believes. Read more

SMSF demand drives down minimum entry levels: Lazard

Demand from self-directed investors for access to global infrastructure assets is the driving force behind Lazard Asset Management’s decision to lower its minimum investment requirements. Read more

Size doesn’t always matter: REI Super

Big superannuation funds do not always deliver economies of scale, REI Super believes. Read more

FX traders to grow

The number of people intending to place their first FX trade in the next 12 months climbed by 60 per cent, compared to the previous year, according to Investment Trends. Read more

Call for standardisation of financial data

Standardising data access is vital for growth in the Australian fintech industry, says InvestmentLink. Read more

NAB Ventures appoints Forest managing director

Former Clipp chief executive, Todd Forest, is set to become managing director of NAB’s $50 million innovation fund NAB Ventures has been appointed. Read more

Advised Aussies forecasting less Government reliance

Australians who seek financial advice are more confident that they will be able to support themselves through retirement without Government support, research reveals. Read more


DDs and policy certainty

Financial planners and their clients face an inevitable period of uncertainty at a time of continuing volatility if the Government moves for a double dissolution election. Read more

Is ASIC up to it?

ASIC has signalled it will be closely examining the claims-handling of the major life/risk insurers, but Mike Taylor asks whether the regulator is simply the policeman who was looking the other way. Read more


Can robots terminate the human adviser?

Robo-advice and digital advice was hailed as the key to reaching the majority who don't seek advice. But with providers grappling with issues like generating revenue and attracting customers, is the shine wearing off? Malavika Santhebennur asks if robo-advice can survive on its own. Read more

There’s a whole world out there

Traditionally Australian investors have been tied to the domestic equities market, but volatile times mean they need to look beyond these fair shores, writes Nicholas O’Donoghue. Read more

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