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Editorial

The future value of the CFP designation

The CFP designation remains a potent marketing tool for the Financial Planning Association but will the Government's legislative amendments around ethics and education make it less relevant? Read more

Laggard accountants risk regulatory whipping

Accountants continue to drag their feet with respect to the new limited licensing regime but, as Mike Taylor reports, they risk provoking a regulatory shadow shop. Read more
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Building better income portfolios

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Infrastructure opportunities well positioned

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From a financial planning perspective, it is arguable that no sector has generated more change over the past three years than the life/risk sector. Read more

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