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Investors become sheepish and cash becomes king

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NAB restructures to meet HNW needs

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Official institutions to combat economic uncertainty

Faced with the competitive investment environment, organisations globally are adapting their operating models to be more agile. Read more

NAB makes key asset servicing appointment

NAB has appointed its former chief risk officer for product and markets, John Comito, as its new executive general manager for asset servicing. Read more
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Panama urged to be careful on change

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Retirement calculators letting people down

Former Cooper Review chairman and Challenger executive, Jeremy Cooper says retirees are being let down by retirement calculators utilising long-term average returns. Read more
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Money Management and Financial Express launch joint venture

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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
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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

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The ‘DII in super’ challenges

Advisers need to be fully aware of the challenges that can come from disability income insurance in superannuation as it is possible for someone to have no benefits payable at all. Read more

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Can robots terminate the human adviser?

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Developing profession needs professional approach

There needs to be careful consideration of the significant overlap between the requirements of the new professional standard framework under the new Standards Body and the requirements to register with the Taxation Practitioners Board, Bryan Ashenden writes. Read more
 
 
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