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Digital drive ramps up finance hiring

Employers in finance, insurance and real estate plan to boost headcount in Q3 2016 as firms look for specialised IT skills to keep pace with technological developments and IT upgrades. Read more

China A-shares on MSCI a positive

AMP Capital has praised the move to make China A-share market more accessible for global investors, saying it will benefit Australian investors. Read more

Bloomberg AusBond Index now on MMIC

The Bloomberg AusBond Index has now been included on the Money Management Investment Centre as part of its continuing staged roll-out. Read more

AMP Capital China Growth Fund should be wound up

AGF has underperformed its benchmark index since its launch and is not fit for purpose, LIM Advisors believe. Read more

New platform makes switching easier for SMSFs

Australian fintech firm, Cashwerkz, has a new marketplace, which offers a simple way to research, buy, switch and manage term deposits. Read more


Justified Royal Commission or brutal payback?

Federal Opposition leader, Bill Shorten, has declared that a Labor victory will bring forth a Royal Commission into the banks but the reality is that all sections of the financial services industry will be in the spotlight. Read more

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Problem words for promotional material

Using the wrong words in promotional material can land any business in hot water. David Court looks at the top 12 promotional problem words in financial services. Read more

Diverse opinions

While non-traditional assets look useful for diversification beware they are not like the toxic assets that were at the heart of the GFC, Richard Dunbar writes. Read more


Impacts of the 2016 Budget superannuation measures

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