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Adviser loyalty remains high at CBA

Advisers at the Commonwealth Bank showed the second highest level of loyalty and their advisers had the second highest average tenure, with Macquarie topping the list. Read more
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Record number of Aussies face financial woes

Nearly three quarters of Australian households have some form of debt, 10 per cent of which cannot make minimum repayments, ME Bank research showed. Read more

Elders adds Brisbane firm

Brisbane-based YourFin has joined dealer group, Elders Financial Planning, the sixth to do so in the last five months. Read more
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ASIC names new chairman

ASIC has appointed Shaw and Partners deputy chief officer, Simon Gray, as its new chairman of the Markets Disciplinary Panel. Read more

Direct data-feed for SMSFs to hit the market

Automated investment adviser, Stockspot, today announced its integration with SMSF administration software provider, Class Super. Read more
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Investors disappointed but remain optimistic

Investors were disappointed by the lacklustre GDP growth in the US and the slide in oil prices, but Instreet Investment said they remained optimistic. Read more

InvestmentLink shows financial support for fintech

Independent financial data source, InvestmentLink, today announced the establishment of a data grant to support emerging fintech companies. 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

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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Super death benefits — interdependency concepts explored

Catherine Chivers explores the difference between the definition of ‘dependant’ and ‘inter-dependency’ and its implications for receiving the superannuation death benefit after the death of a member. Read more
 
 
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