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Aged care policy just as problematic as super

Recent changes to aged care arrangements have created just as many headaches as the proposed Budget changes to super. Read more

PM holds line on super changes

Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, has continued to hold the line on the Government’s Budget super changes. Read more
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Advisers hanging onto commission world

Advisers had not adapted to a world of no commissions just yet but would need to diversify their service offerings to justify fee-for-service, Aon Hewitt said. Read more

ICA president turned strategic consultant

A former Institute of Chartered Accountants (ICA) president has been appointed to the board of practice management and CRM provider, AdviserLogic. Read more
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Sydney man jailed for insider trading

A Sydney man has been jailed for 17 months, for insider trading, after acting on information he was given by a friend. Read more

Fund Manager of the Year 2016

Understanding the needs of your investors

Congratulations to Macquarie's IFP Global Franchise Fund for winning the Global Equities (Broad Cap) award at the Fund Manager of the Year awards! Read more
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Private equity avoids bumper ride

Congratulations to Partners Group for winning the Alternative Investments award for its Global Value Fund at the 2016 Fund Manager of the Year awards! Read more

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Australian funds management in good shape

The Money Management Fund Manager of the Year awards reflect an industry which, while not perfect, has a great deal to celebrate. Read more
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Unsettling the political heartland

The Government appears to have upset some rusted-on Liberal voters with its Budget changes to superannuation but it remains to be seen whether it will actually matter on polling day, Mike Taylor writes. Read more

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Your typical margin lending client may not be who you expect him/her to be, especially when the pursuit of tax breaks is left out of the equation, according to a Money Management roundtable. Read more
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Matching leverage to the right clients – Margin Lending Roundtable Part 4

The global financial crisis and the collapse of Storm Financial placed a spotlight on the need for adviser education and the reality that leverage is not appropriate for everyone, according to a Money Management roundtable. Read more
 
 
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