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  Jun 28, 2016 

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FSC defends value of LIF amid cartel claims

Financial Services Council chief executive, Sally Loane, has defended her organisation's role in pursuing the Life Insurance Framework pointing to the unsustainability of the status quo. Read more

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Former BT Group Licensees executive, Steven Browning, has launched The Strategy Institute, which will offer consulting services and online learning resources. Read more

Spring FG offers SMSF advice

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Kovacs Property fined by ASIC

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Clare joins Rubik board

Former St George, Westpac and CBA executive, Clare, will join the board at fintech company, Rubik Financial Limited. Read more

Avoka chases global growth

Digital customer acquisition platform provider, Avoka, has secured a $16 million fund to increase its global footprint. Read more

Morningstar rates fixed income funds: gives PIMCO gold

Morningstar has issued a gold award to PIMCO, 15 silver and 14 bronze to Australian and global fixed income funds. Read more

Highly recommended global equity fund launches in Australia

T. Rowe Price has launched an Australian dollar hedged global equity version of its ‘highly recommended’ global equity hedged fund. Read more


Hold the policy. We have an election

A double dissolution election has left many financial planning policies in limbo, and advisers are demanding certainty on at least three key issues, Malavika Santhebennur writes. Read more


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

Growing opportunities out of the sandbox

Mike Taylor writes that ASIC’s proposal for a regulatory sandbox may prove to be a decisive element in the growth of Australian fintechs. Read more

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