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Call for ASIC oversight of planner associations

The FSC Leaders Summit has been told ASIC should be responsible for ensuring planner professional associations are actually fit for purpose. Read more
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Fintech licensing exemption creates inequality

Financial services technology start-ups were not the only ones facing barriers to innovation due to the financial services licensing regimes and thus should not be granted an exemption for six months, the FPA said. Read more

Time to build trust in financial services

Vertical integration had become an issue and it was time to rebuild trust in financial services, the FSC Leaders Summit has been told. Read more
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RI Advice Group appoints CEO

ANZ’s RI Advice Group has appointed Ornsby as its new chief executive officer after Darren Whereat was moved to the position of general manager, aligned dealers and advice standards. Read more

Planner-accountant team work can increase profit

Contrary to accountants’ fears that financial planning firms would take a clip of their fees, GPS Wealth suggested the two professions working together could increase profit generation. Read more
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FSC’s Loane bemoans high cost of policy dithering

FSC chief executive, Sally Loane, has urged the removal of party politics from urgently necessary financial services regulatory reform outcomes. Read more

Social security a thorn in robust retirement system

Australia’s superannuation system had a robust standing on the world stage but its generous social security system risked adding to the national deficit. Read more
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Challenger annuities available to super funds

Challenger annuities were now available to industry super fund, Local Government Super, along with others, through Link Group’s AAS platform. Read more

PIMCO set for new CEO

PIMCO has announced it would have a new CEO in November, as the current CEO took on the role of managing director and senior adviser from 1 November. Read more
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ASIC cancels ICBC Capital’s licence

ASIC has cancelled ICBC Capital’s Australian financial services licence following the application made by one of the company’s creditors. 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

Features

Getting away from the big guys – boutique funds management part 1

More boutique managers are setting up shop as they look to get away from the lack of individuality and constraints of larger institutional fund managers, Jassmyn Goh finds. Read more

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

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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