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ISA signals renewed policy battle with FSC

Industry Super Australia has drawn a line in the sand on default fund changes while still pursuing changes to adviser remuneration and standards. Read more
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LIF short-termism cost government

Engaging in short-termism through the Life Insurance Framework cost the Government in the Federal Election, the Life Insurance Consumer Group said. Read more

Direct insurance dearer than advised

Direct life insurance policies were significantly more expensive than advised retail policies across most age group and cover brackets, according to a quote index. Read more
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Economic volatility forces insurers to look at derivatives

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Fintech not a threat to mortgage brokers

Unlike many industry professionals, Australian mortgage brokers do not have to fear the rise of fintech, according to a senior figure. Read more
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Financial Wellness Index coming soon

Employees live their financial stress at work, and that could now be measured by a financial wellness index, according to WSSA. Read more

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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
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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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Singing from the lower-for-longer hymn sheet

There has never been a more fitting time for planners and investors to reconsider their asset allocations to bring in the dollars, Hope William-Smith writes. Read more
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So you think you want to go boutique? – boutique funds management part 2

As more and more boutiques are being set up, advisers should be aware of what they’re getting themselves into and will want familiarity in a potential manager, according to Montgomery Investment Management. Read more

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Getting your related party LRBAs in order

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