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Advice law not technology neutral

ASIC’s digital advice regulatory guidance has demonstrated that financial advice law is not technology-neutral, especially where laws were created with older platforms in mind. Read more
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CommSec pays $700k infringement penalty

CommSec paid a penalty of $700,000 to comply with two infringement notices and voluntarily refunded $1.1 million in brokerage to over 25,000 clients. Read more

Clearview adviser moves to Energy Super

Industry super fund, Energy Super, has announced the appointment of a Clearview financial adviser for the Townsville region. Read more
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Atrium selects CFS platform

Atrium Investment Management has chosen the Colonial First State wrap platform to launch a new SMA solution. Read more

Ostrava wound up and directors banned

Ostrava Equities has been wound up and its proprietors, Bradley Grimm and Vanessa Ash, have been restrained from providing financial services. Read more
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Ex-Wickham CEO jailed for five years

Former CEO of Wickham Securities has been sentenced to five years’ imprisonment in respect of 11 fraud offences. Read more

IQ Group creates managing principal role

IQ Group has created the new role of managing principal to strengthen consulting and managed services capabilities. Read more
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Saxo Capital Markets boosts CFD offering

Saxo Capital Markets has reduced its intraday margins and trading costs by up to 30 per cent on their CFD index trackers. 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, Oksana Patron writes. Read more

Editorial

No unscrambling the LIF omelette

There can be no doubting how many life/risk advisers remain aggrieved by the LIF outcome, but bi-partisan Parliamentary support means there is no unscrambling the omelette, Mike Taylor writes. Read more

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Mind the retirement gender gap

Employer initiatives, government policies, and legislation are all needed to help close the gender gap in retirement. While the Senate inquiry and Budget proposals seem to be paving the way, more needs to be done, Jessica Amir finds. Read more

Planner needs driving platform developments

Mike Taylor writes that platforms are rapidly evolving to meet both planner needs and Australia’s rapidly changing demographics — something which has given rise to the availability of annuities. Read more

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Proposed $1.6m pension cap opportunities

Curtis Dowel looks at five opportunities planners can consider in the lead up to the possible superannuation changes proposed in the 2016 Federal Budget. 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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