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Royal Commission ‘lawyers’ funding fest’

In opposing a Royal Commission into the banking sector, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said the legal profession would be the only beneficiary while victims would not be compensated. Read more

ASIC robo guidance not adequate

The operational standards in ASIC’s RG255 on robo-advice appear to be quite low, FinaMetrica believes. Read more
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Asteron adopts 24 months terminal illness definition

Asteron Life Complete’s terminal illness benefit definition has been extended from 12 months to 24 months. Read more

Spring FG records modest NPAT rise

Write-off of fixed assets and an increase in income tax has seen Spring FG’s NPAT take a hit, which recorded a modest 7.9 per cent increase, according to its ASX announcement. Read more
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GPS launches SOA tool for accountants

GPS Wealth has announced the launch of a cloud-based statement of advice tool for accountants, which would produce SOAs for setting up SMSFs, among other functions. Read more

Vanguard appoints new legal and compliance head

Vanguard Australia has appointed the former NAB head of risk and audit governance as their new head of legal and compliance. Read more
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Omniwealth buys mortgage broker business

Financial advice and wealth advisory group, Omniwealth, has purchased a mortgage broking business to expand its mortgage services, on the back of increased demand. Read more

Australians should learn to build enduring wealth

Investors should ensure they know how to build enduring and sustainable wealth, according to HLB Mann Judd Sydney. Read more
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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

What advisers can gain from social listening

Eric Blewitt points to the benefits of social media for financial advisers and listening to the questions, not the answers. Read more
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Features

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

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

Expert Analysis

Section 912A 'Compliance’ or a recipe for running a successful business?

Grant Holley looks at how compliance is not just about obligations but rather ingredients for running a successful business. Read more

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
 
 
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