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The Return of Political Risk to Financial Markets

Reverberations across the political landscape now pose significant challenges to the global economy and investors alike, explains Dr Tano Pelosi, Portfolio Manager at Antares Fixed income. Read more


Annual Risk Policy & Awards Breakfast

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Move the super conversation

The superannuation conversation needs to focus on middle Australia instead of less than one per cent of the population, BTFG believes. Read more

Yellow Brick Road appoints new wealth GM

Yellow Brick Road has appointed Adam Youkhana as the general manager of its wealth division following the resignation of former chief executive, Matt Lawler, in July. Read more

CBA compensates over 700 clients

The Commonwealth Bank has so far paid over $9.4 million to over 700 customers under its Open Advice Review Program, with assessments to finish by the end of the year. Read more


Women in Financial Services Awards 2016

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Mason Stevens launches SMA for bond investments

Mason Stevens has launched a direct bond investment service for advisers seeking to build goal-based portfolios. Read more

ASFA appoints new CEO

ASFA has appointed Dr. Martin Fahy as its new chief executive, effective 1 November. Read more

Gold rises again: BetaShares

Gold equities had regained its shine and prices would continue to rise as central banks were increasing their bullion supplies, BetaShares said. Read more

ANZ to refund $28.8m in fees

ANZ Bank will refund $28.8 million in fees to more than 390,000 customers for failing to disclose when periodical payments would apply. 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


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

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


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

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