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Shake-up as YBR moves to franchise model

Yellow Brick Road has announced a transition to a franchise model combined with a staff consolidation, including within wealth. Read more

Churn lacks evidence, definition

Arguments for churn lacked evidence and a clear definition, while reforms would fail to tackle client non-disclosure and those who ignored medical recommendations, the LICG said. Read more
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PC questions real value of insurance within super

The Productivity Commission saw insurance as a key issue impacting superannuation fund member returns and intended examining the value for money actually delivered. Read more

ISA claims super choice is too confusing

Industry Super Australia’s David Whiteley claimed evidence to prove those who chose their own super fund faced too many options and often made bad decisions. Read more
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Industry fund pilots robo advice service

Industry fund, Equip, has announced it was piloting a robo advice service based on Clover.com.au’s investment service. Read more

Mutuals see permanent recovery

A permanent shift in insurance buying behaviour favoured mutuals over stock-based insurers, according to Swiss Re. Read more
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Cash rate cut makes for greedy lenders

Lenders choosing shareholder profits over customer outcomes in the wake of the official cash rate cut by the Reserve Bank of Australia were greedy, according to Mortgage Choice. Read more

Global mining and banking ETFs hit market

BetaShares has launched two new ETFs: one that gives exposure to the largest world banks and the other, to the largest global miners. Read more
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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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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

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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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