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Looking for opportunities amid volatility

Arif Husain, Head of International Fixed Income and Portfolio Manager for the T. Rowe Price Dynamic Global Bond Fund takes a look at recent global events and the low valuations clients are confronted with. Read more

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AIOFP weighs into AFA LIF squabble

The AIOFP has weighed into the constitutional debate within the AFA, arguing it is about breaking the shackles of institutional manipulation. Read more

Retail funds outperform industry funds

Retail super funds outperformed industry funds for the month of July but are still under performing their counterpart over the longer term, according to Chant West. Read more

Claims and volatile markets drag on AMP

AMP Limited has posted a comparatively modest half-year result reflecting a higher claims experience and volatile investment markets. Read more

Informed SMSF trustees conducive to advice

The key to attracting SMSF trustees to seek professional advice was by making them better informed through education, the SMSF Association believes. Read more

Futuro restructures its team

Non-aligned Futuro Financial Services has announced significant changes to its executive team and named a new managing director. Read more

Praemium launches managed accounts solution

Praemium has today announced the launch of a managed account solution for its client, Burrell Stockbroking and Superannuation. Read more

Australian share fund managers strong in July

Australian share fund managers posted strong results in July, ahead of the S&P/ASX300 index, according to Morningstar. Read more

Former Macquarie Equities adviser banned

ASIC has banned a former Macquarie Equities Limited representative from providing financial services for five years for inappropriate advice and engaging in unauthorised discretionary trading. Read more

AMP Capital to buy Spain’s Axion

AMP Capital has inked a deal to buy 100 per cent of one of Spain’s biggest broadcasting and telecommunications providers for its global infrastructure equity platform. Read more

ASIC cancels Marigold Falconer license

ASIC has cancelled the Australian financial services license held by Marigold Falconer International Limited. 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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Zenith grabs gold from fund managers

Part one of this year’s Rate the Raters survey found that, unlike last year, Zenith was ahead of the pack, followed closely by Mercer, while Lonsec saw a comparative drop in performance,… Read more

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Is your firm achieving work-life balance?

Almost half of firm leaders find balancing work and life a challenge. David Clatworthy looks at what firms can do to foster better work-life balance and its importance. Read more

How goals-based investing can help retirees

Jeff Rogers explores goals-based investing for retirees, highlighting that retirees’ goal priorities in terms of their needs, wants and aspirations in retirement determine “risk capacity”. Read more

Let’s keep the party going

Col Fullagar considers six topical issues advisers in risk insurance need to be aware of, including trauma definition, the timing of the duty disclosure, and the pros and cons of tele-underwriting. 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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