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  Jul 01, 2016 

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Planners more willing to switch platforms and software

New research from Investment Trends reveals planners are more willing than ever to switch both platforms and planning software in the pursuit of better outcomes. Read more

FSC acted in haste on churn: LICG

The FSC has been accused of acting in haste on churn in the Life Insurance Framework, with a group saying it wants ASIC to justify LIF by proving the churn issue after the reforms are in place. Read more

Is MySuper worth it?

The MySuper transfer costs have mostly been passed on to members through a levy and the WSSA is questioning whether it has actually benefitted members. Read more

Remove 'exam' from education draft material: AFA

School-like exams might not be appropriate for all advisers under the new education standards, and the word 'exam' should be removed from the Exposure Draft, the AFA said. Read more

Macquarie AFSL conditions removed

ASIC has removed additional conditions it imposed on Macquarie Bank’s AFSL after a review by KPMG found no additional breaches to those the bank had already reported. Read more

Super funds end in positive territory despite Brexit

Despite six months in negative territory for super funds, members should be pleased with a positive end of financial year result, according to SuperRatings. Read more

Australian Ethical emerging companies added to HUB24

Australian Ethical’s funds are now all available on the HUB24 platform, including the new addition of their emerging companies fund. Read more

Tax changes to boost innovation

The new year tax changes are set to benefit fast-growth ventures, innovators and entrepreneurs. Read more

SMSF Association appoint new manager

The SMSF Association has announced the appointment of Craig Jamieson as general manager, corporate development. Read more

New appointment at Decimal to boost market research

Following on from the appointment of a new non-executive chairman, robo-adviser, Decimal Software, has appointed another new board member. 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


Investing to cope with all seasons – Retirement Income Part 2

A burgeoning ageing population and a low global interest rate environment means investors will need to diversify and avoid overexposure to banks to avoid running out of savings, Jessica Amir writes. Read more

Expert Analysis

Lessons learnt from clients’ perception of advice

Financial advice is more than picking stocks or managed funds and advisers need to understand the different services that are important to their clients, Matt Walsh writes. Read more

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