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Will industry funds go full service?

  May 13, 2016 

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Wall of cash could leave super system

The $1.6 million lifetime cap could cause not-for-profit super funds to offer non-super products, Tria believe. Read more

Super policy — spot the difference

A major industry super fund believes there is not much difference between the super policies of the Government and the Labor Opposition. Read more

Call for clarity on fixed income

There is too much confusion around what fixed income products are really defensive — something which needs to change moving into a prolonged low rate environment. Read more

Budget moves superannuation goal posts

SMSFs remain best super option post budget, according to the SMSF Association. Read more

Members flock to FPA roadshows amid changes

Financial planners have registered in droves to the FPA roadshows amid changes to professional education standards, superannuation, and retirement planning. Read more

Businesses’ lack of ‘wellbeing policies’ costs $578 a day

If workers don’t have wellbeing perks, such as flexible work hours, they’ll take time off, which could cost businesses $578 a day. Read more

Swiss Capital a stepping stone to hedge fund launch

StepStone Group LP today announced it will acquire Swiss Capital Alternative Investments and launch new private debt and hedge fund strategies. Read more

Director charged with misappropriating $1.8m SMSF monies

A South Australian company director has been charged with 31 counts of deception, after he allegedly misappropriated $1.8 million of SMSF monies. Read more

ASIC bans former Wickham Securities chairman

Wickham Securities chairman has been permanently banned by ASIC from providing financial services for dishonesty. Read more


Kicking the super can down the road

The Federal Government has lost sight of the long-run Budget benefit of encouraging retirement incomes self-sufficiency by lowering the concessional super contribution cap. Read more

ASIC fishing in the claims management pond

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has acknowledged that it has had little cause to scrutinise insurance claims handling and it will be highly reliant on external guidance to do so. Read more


Holding insurance within superannuation

Holding personal insurance through super may be worth considering for the right client, and advisers need to be aware of not only the benefits but also the tax consequences and complexity. Read more

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