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O’Dwyer’s reappointment ensures continuity

The Prime Minister’s decision to leave Kelly O’Dwyer in place in financial services grants the sector the important benefit of continuity of approach on key policy issues. Read more
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AFA stresses carve-out removal amid cabinet change

The AFA has repeated calls to scrap any carve-out for direct insurance even as it welcomed the Government’s decision to leave Kelly O’Dwyer in the financial services portfolio. Read more

Regulation bigger disruptor than innovation

Government regulations imposed on Australia’s wealth management, banking, and superannuation sectors were more likely to disrupt the industry than innovation. Read more
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Finance and accounting hiring intentions decline

The financial services sector and accounting are falling behind sectors like technology and other professional services as employers tightened belts. Read more

CFA designation needs higher recognition by capital markets

The CFA designation needed a higher degree of professionalism to build industry integrity and recognition, according to CFA Societies Australia. Read more
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FPA adds to policy and membership teams

The FPA has announced a further two new appointments to its team, following the recent announcement of a new policy manager. Read more

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Suncorp appoints new head of investments

Suncorp has appointed an ex-chief investment officer, Patrick Farrell, as Suncorp’s new head of investments. Read more

XPLAN and MLC introduce new tech for advisers

Financial planning software firm, XPLAN, has introduced first-to-market changes to MLC’s online application process, Riskfirst. Read more
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MAH takes stake in GPS Wealth-linked firm

Managed Accounts Holdings has taken a minority stake in a Queensland planning business linked to GPS Wealth co-founder and director, Ron McGregor. Read more

CFD trading declines despite volatility

Retail participation in the contracts for difference market had decreased by 14 per cent despite volatility, demonstrating the need for education from providers. Read more

O’Dwyer retains portfolio, with name change

Kelly O’Dwyer has retained her financial services portfolio but has relinquished Small Business and has become the Minister for Revenue and Financial Services. Read more

Investors are hungry for more

Investors want more for their money, more returns, less risk and more downside protection, according to State Street Global Advisors. Read more

Editorial

Adapting to cope with change

Association of Financial Advisers chief executive, Brad Fox, argues that planners will need to become increasingly adaptive to cope with the rapid rate of change occurring in the industry. Read more

New Parliament, more uncertainty

Financial planners should brace themselves for a further period of political and policy uncertainty and possibly rue the lost opportunities of 2013-16. Read more
 
 
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