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Licensees facing claw-back dilemma

  Jul 02, 2015 

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Licensees facing claw-back liabilities

Specialist lawyer, Ian McDermott warns that licensees may be left carrying the can on claw-backs if advisers change dealer groups mid-stream. Read more

Claw-back not the only answer

Synchron has the major insurers tendering on a level premium, set-term remuneration model as it argues that claw-backs can be unfair. Read more

New Year new TPD rule required

Australians could be wasting more than $100,000 worth of retirement savings through unnecessary life and TPD insurance that is automatically added to each superannuation account they open. Read more

Premium focus ignores wider structural change under LIF

The focus on premiums reductions under the new LIF regime ignores wider changes that will take place in the insurance sector, according to the head of a major insurer. Read more

Kapstream sale to create opportunities

Challenger believes its move to sell the company’s interest in Kapstream Capital will create opportunities for its Fidante Partners businesses. Read more

New name and direction for CSSA

Following its new code of conduct and direction Corporate Super Specialists Alliance has rebranded as Workplace Super Specialists Australia. Read more

FIIG to report daily bond prices

To help the OTC bond market become more transparent FIIG Securities has started reporting independent daily prices on all of its commonly-traded bonds. Read more

ASIC faces uphill battle on payday crackdown

Payday lender Money3 will refund $100,000 to consumers following breach concerns from ASIC, despite finding it did not violate its responsible lending obligations. Read more

Koch buys into Adviser Ratings

Television personality David Koch picks up a stake in Adviser Ratings and points to financial literacy push. Read more

Hedge funds making a conservative return

Hedge funds seem to be making a cautious return to the market with an annual return growth of 15.6 per cent in 2014, doubling since 2012, but still only accounts for four per cent of the country's managed fund assets. Read more

Expert Analysis

Trauma insurance – how versus how much

Col Fullagar explores the advantages of advisers applying a logical basis when deciding on a trauma insurance benefit amount for clients. Read more

Public interest or self interest?

Is CPA Australia’s financial planning venture an assertive move to lift industry standards or an act of post-exemption self-preservation? Read more

Modi-nomics: The optimistic case for INDIA

Siddharth Saravat presents the case for a bright future for the Indian economy under the helm of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, but outlines the hurdles that remain. Read more

Marriage and estate planning go hand in hand

Alena Miles explains why marriage should prompt advisers to re-visit clients’ estate planning. Read more

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