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Industry fund rejects Royal Commission calls

Not-for-profit fund UniSuper has welcomed the Government’s move to boost ASIC funding instead of pursuing a Royal Commission into the banking and financial services industry. Read more

AFA points to more proactive member oversight

Brad Fox says associations such as the AFA need to identify advisers, licensees and institutions who aren’t doing the right thing. Read more

Paraplanners more academic than planners

Paraplanners are more likely to hold a third level qualification than financial planners, the Money Management Salary Survey reveals. Read more

Gen Y expecting to retire early

A reality check is needed for one-third of Gen Y who plan to retire in their 30s, according to ING Direct. Read more

Fiducian focuses on practice development

Fiducian expands its practice development model by making key hires and changing the way franchises are managed Read more

Technology boosts education but doesn’t replace adviser

Technology can increase financial literacy among Australians but online advice solutions cannot replace the an adviser with emotional intelligence, Deborah Kent said. Read more

HUB24 launch international managed portfolios with new investment partners

Investment and superannuation platform provider HUB24 is partnering with Southeastern, Arnhem and AllianceBernstein to expand stock portfolio opportunities to Australian investors. Read more

Xero help launch adviser software program

Non-institutionally aligned licensee Synchron is integrating its latest adviser software with Xero. Read more

Industry to foot ASIC reform package costs

The Government has announced a $127.2 million reform package for ASIC, with costs to be recovered from all industry sectors regulated by ASIC. Read more


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


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


Insurers facing into life challenges

The life/risk sector still offers growth potential to the major insurers but, as Mike Taylor reports, new regulatory and capital requirements have made for a more challenging environment. Read more

Looking beneath the emerging market bonnet

With the overall emerging market sector not producing great returns relying on geographies is insufficient when trying to paint a proper picture, Jassmyn Goh finds. Read more

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