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The last several years have been trying for emerging markets, yet, contrary to widespread market fears, these shocks have not triggered a systemic EM crisis. Read more

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LIF opponents target AFA Conference

The Association of Financial Advisers annual conference was looming as a hot spot for disagreement around the LIF process. Read more

CBA sets up customer advocate function

The Commonwealth Bank has established a Customer Advocate function in response to the ABA’s banking industry initiatives package in April. Read more

NAB reports lower cash earnings

NAB has reported lower third-quarter cash earnings, and attributed its recent rate decision to higher funding costs. Read more

ASIC permanently bans former insurance company director

ASIC has permanently banned a former NSW insurance company director, Timothy Pratten, from providing financial services and from engaging in credit activities. Read more

Praemium posts 72% profit

Paemium has posted a 72 per cent increase in profit for FY2016 thanks to advisers embracing SMA technology. Read more

MLC adds 56 investment options to platforms

MLC has added 56 diverse investment options to its platforms to give more opportunities for advisers to assist clients. Read more

Ignition Wealth launches financial wellness profile

Ignition Wealth has launched a wellness profile, aimed at enabling customers to aggregate their financial data and produce a snapshot of their assets. Read more


Time for bipartisanship on super

Mike Taylor writes that the major parties need to understand that notwithstanding the delicate make-up of the Senate, it is time to end the uncertainty around superannuation. Read more

Equity and effectiveness should trump cost-savings

The Government has commissioned a timely review of the external dispute resolution schemes covering financial services, but it should focus more on equity and effectiveness than… 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


Looking beyond individual financial planning

The superannuation caps proposed in the 2016 Federal Budget emphasise the need for financial planners to review options available to both partners rather than just the individual to maximise benefits, Vanissa na Ranong writes. Read more

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