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Auditor-General exposes ATO CGT issues

  Jun 29, 2015 

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ATO CGT letters mostly wide of the mark

An Auditor-General’s report has revealed that if you’ve received a CGT letter from the ATO, it may well be wide of the market and have missed your share dealings. Read more

Summerhayes steps down at Suncorp

Geoff Summerhayes steps down as chief executive of Suncorp Life at end of September. Read more

Wilson HTM buys securities unit from parent company

Wilson Investment Group has sold its securities business to Wilson HTM, Craigs Investment Partners and Deutsche Bank after two years of flagging earnings. Read more

Building employers back super changes

Key building and construction industry employer group, Master Builders Australia, backs Frydenberg’s move to alter super board structures. Read more

Fund manager launches philanthropic company

Wilson Asset Management chairman Geoff Wilson launched Future Generation Global Investment Company, which will run a dual mandate to create wealth and help those with a mental illness. Read more

Qld liquidator admonished by CALDB

The Companies Auditors and Liquidators Disciplinary Board has taken action against another liquidator following an ASIC investigation into their conduct as a liquidator. Read more

Super governance welcomed but ISA questions ‘one size for all’ push

ISA questions extent of super governance changes as industry gives initial approval to independence model. Read more

Spring FG lauches fintech advice service

Listed financial services group Spring FG will launch an online wealth management and advice service but has stated it will not be ‘robo-advice’. Read more

Financial sector recovery driving Melbourne vacancy rate down

Office vacancy rates in Melbourne’s CBD are set to drop to eight per cent by 2018 on the back of a recovery in the financial services sector, research reveals. Read more

Expert Analysis

Public interest or self interest?

Is CPA Australia’s financial planning venture an assertive move to lift industry standards or an act of post-exemption self-preservation? Read more

Modi-nomics: The optimistic case for INDIA

Siddharth Saravat presents the case for a bright future for the Indian economy under the helm of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, but outlines the hurdles that remain. Read more

Trauma insurance – how versus how much

Col Fullagar explores the advantages of advisers applying a logical basis when deciding on a trauma insurance benefit amount for clients. Read more

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