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FSC’s LIF approach dubbed ‘cartel’ behaviour

A group of risk advisers have labelled FSC’s positioning on LIF as cartel behaviour, and said the industry should have gone to the ACCC with its life insurance proposition. Read more

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SMSFs have turned to late night TV ads and robo-advice apps as customer acquisition strategies, according to Tria. Read more
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CBA satisfaction high despite scandals

Customers were most satisfied with the Commonwealth Bank, giving it the top spot among the big four banks despite recent negative publicity surrounding the bank. Read more

ASIC commences proceedings against Macquarie

ASIC commences proceedings against Macquarie Investment Management in relation to its role as the responsible entity of one of the van Eyk funds. Read more
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Major super funds show impressive results since GFC

Eight major Australian super funds have managed to rack up 100 per cent returns since the Global Financial Crisis, according to SuperRatings. Read more

Netwealth launches two private labels with Beulah Capital

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Resources are the best performers

Resources round out the best performing Australian managed funds for the year, while technology begins to make its mark. Read more

JBWere’s new adviser remuneration model welcomed

JBWere’s new remuneration model for advisers, which reduces reliance on grid commissions, has been welcomed by the SAA. Read more
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EOFY sees clients considering funeral bonds

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Travelling an unfinished road to Retirement – Part 1

Australians are living longer and intending to work longer than ever before. Jessica Amir explores how the industry is evolving, what changes you can expect, and how to adapt in part one of this feature. Read more
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Investing to cope with all seasons – Retirement Income Part 2

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Time to better regulate aged care

There is a growing body of evidence to suggest that the aged care industry needs the same sort of regulatory oversight as financial planning, including a best interests duty. Read more

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While the professional standards changes will set a benchmark, it is important to remember that these are only a minimum, Bryan Ashenden writes. Read more
 
 
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