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  Aug 16, 2016 

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ATO reveals challenges of super changes

The Australian Taxation Office has revealed the challenges and costs associated with implementation of the Government’s Budget super changes, particularly non-concessional caps. Read more

Zenith grabs gold

Lonsec was pushed down to second spot in favour of Zenith, which was the most frequently used research house, according to Money Management’s 2016 Rate the Raters survey. Read more

AFA EGM stoush hits social media

Those calling for an extraordinary general meeting of the AFA to change the constitution over LIF have taken to social media to rally support. Read more

Challenger surfs record annuity sales

Challenger has posted strong results on the back of record annuities sales driven by superannuation distribution. Read more

Platform provider removes institutional profit

Newly created platform and investment solutions provider, Valant Capital, has removed much of the institutional profit from its solutions. Read more

DomaCom in talks with retail super fund

DomaCom has announced it was in talks to add Kidman Station to one of its funds, but warned this did not guarantee the completion of the project. Read more

ETFs hit record high

The Australian exchange traded fund industry hit a record high in July, of $23.4 billion in funds under management, according to BetaShares. Read more

Foreign funds flock to Australia

The Australian stock market was set to see a further increase in foreign inflows amid the low global rate environment, Instreet Investments said. Read more

CBA personnel under the microscope

The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) has today released the findings from its Corporate Responsibility Report for 2016. 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


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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