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Is vertical integration the real problem?

A Money Management survey has revealed significant concerns about vertical integration and a willingness to see it examined by a Royal Commission. Read more
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Young clients need young advisers

Younger advisers could help advisory firms gain the trust of the next generation, especially if they wanted to retain assets transferred from baby boomers, SSGA believes. Read more

NAB creates largest retail super fund

NAB’s insurance transaction with Nippon Life has resulted in consolidation and the creation of the largest retail super fund. Read more
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Accountants need to be aware of new SMSF rules

Trustees and accountants need to fully embrace new SMSF rules to avoid serious fines, according to Findex Group’s expert. Read more

Female financial security linked to partner

With more than 60 per cent of all women in relationships having no assets purely in their own name, they risked facing financial abuse if the relationship broke down. Read more
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Fiducian aims to lead end-to-end services

The in-house IT team at Fiducian Group has made new enhancements to its online portal for clients. Read more

New XTB models to simplify corporate bond exposure

Two new XTB model portfolios have been introduced to provide advisers with a way to manage the fixed income part of their business and ride out volatility. Read more
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BlackRock’s industrial share fund added to BT platforms

BlackRock’s concentrated industrial share fund with its 20 to 40 ASX stocks has been added to the BT Wrap and Asgard eWrap platforms. Read more

Editorial

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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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

Features

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

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

Expert Analysis

It takes more than a year to become professional

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

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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