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Super fund planners least likely to have tertiary education

Planners employed by superannuation funds are the least likely to have a third-level education, the Money Management Salary Survey reveals. Read more
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Retail bank planners least loved

Financial planners working in Australia’s retail banking sector are not feeling their paymasters’ love, the Money Management Salary Survey reveals. Read more

CommInsure looks to FOS and ASIC

FOS personnel dominate CommInsure’s Claims Review Panel while ASIC is proving integral to the appointment of an independent expert to review denied claims. Read more
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Non-aligned female planners earning less

Non-aligned female planners are not earning more than $189,999, compared to 18 per cent of aligned planners that do. Read more

Direct Royal Commission money to ASIC: AFA

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US-based asset consultant gains super foothold

Industry fund, AMIST Super has looked beyond the conventional array of asset consultants and apppointed US-based firm, Cambridge Associates. Read more
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Ibbotson gets name change

Ibbotson Associates Australia rebrands and changes name to Morningstar IM. Read more

Investment giant warns of difficult times ahead in volatile global market

Economic growth, technological disruption and social and geopolitical instability are pushing investors into dangerous territory, BlackRock says. Read more
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Land banking scheme operators face liquidation

An application from ASIC has led to two developer companies facing liquidation for knowingly partaking in schemes that led to misappropriation of investors’ funds. Read more

Promoter of non-existent fund has ban cut

A Queenslander who promoted a non-existent investment fund has had his ban from financial services cut by 25 per cent. Read more

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The future value of the CFP designation

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The ‘DII in super’ challenges

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Returning confidence to life/risk

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