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ASIC hits One Big Switch on licensing

 
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Consumer insurance ‘champion’ operated without licence

ASIC has forced One Big Switch to review its legal compliance after the group operated without a licence. Read more

Bank executives equally hit on fund governance

The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority has made clear that bank executives will be just as exposed as union officials to the Government’s proposed super fund governance changes. Read more
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Commbank up ante on annuities

The Commonwealth Bank has upped the ante on its annuities strategy by moving to offer them via its platforms, FirstChoice and FirstWrap. Read more

Funds management sector to boom

The funds management sector is set to flourish as historically low interest rates cheap debt, high wealth levels and strong equity markets encourage investors towards the industry. Read more
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Aussies say ‘she’ll be right mate’ to their finances

Australians seemed to follow a “she’ll be right mate” attitude with regard to their financial health, according to the AFA. Read more

Large-cap managers go global

Large-cap Australian equity managers are increasingly taking advantage of global growth, with over 30 per cent of revenues coming from the US. Read more
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Russian millionaires eye Asia-Pacific opportunities

Europe’s loss could be Australia’s gain, as Russian millionaires turn their attention to investment opportunities in the Asia-Pacific region. Read more

Legal and Compliance firm for SMEs launched

With the financial services sector undergoing an unprecedented amount of regulatory change a financial services executive and lawyer has launched a firm to give SMEs legal and compliance… Read more
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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

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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Marriage and estate planning go hand in hand

Alena Miles explains why marriage should prompt advisers to re-visit clients’ estate planning. Read more
 
 
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