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Why 7 is a key number in advice review and remediation

 
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Why seven is a key number in advice remedation

Seven has emerged as a key number in ASIC’s new regulatory guide covering advice review and remediation with licensees not normally expected to look back further than seven years. Read more
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Govt disappoints on work test reversal

While the Government has won bouquets for its $500,000 concessional cap change, it has received brickbats for its reversal on the work test for those aged 65 to 75. Read more

What is the future of the life/risk industry?

Amid the continuing debate within the Australian life/risk industry please take the time to complete Money Management’s survey on the current state of the sector and its outlook. Read more
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Super policies insufficient in closing gender gap

Superannuation policies were not the panacea to closing the retirement savings gap between men and women, while offering flexible work programs for women with broken patterns would go a long way. Read more

New AFA Board announced

The AFA has elected a new board, the make up of which is an indicator to the mood of the organiastion’s upcoming annual conference and EGM. Read more
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Super changes welcomed

Scrapping the $500,000 lifetime cap is a step in the right direction, but there is still more work to be done for super, the financial services industry believes. Read more
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Weak market returns during reporting season

The market’s reaction to the August reporting season showed disappointment, although fundamentals were unchanged suggesting this could be a temporary reversal, SSGA said. Read more

Willis Towers Watson appoints Head of Australasia

Advisory and broking company, Willis Towers Watson, has today announced the appointment of Andrew Boal to the position of regional head of Australasia. Read more
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Regal Funds Management wins hedge fund of year

Regal Funds Management has been named as the hedge fund manager of the year, at the Australian Hedge Fund Awards. Read more

BetaShares launches Cybersecurity ETF

Australian ETF manager, BetaShares, has announced the launch of a cybersecurity ETF to provide exposure to the fast-growing sector. Read more

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Storm continues to buffet financial planning

The Federal Court may have found that Emmanuel and Julie Cassimatis breached their duties as directors of Storm Financial but the issues around the Storm collapse are bigger than just that. Read more

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Embracing the elephant in the room

Asian equities look to be on course to deliver strong returns over the long-term and planners are starting to look beyond the stigmas that are attached to the region, Hope William-Smith… Read more

Hauling ESG from the periphery

Responsible investment and investment returns are no longer mutually exclusive, and industry experts warn that those who do not get on-board risk a day of reckoning over the long-term, Malavika Santhebennur finds. Read more
 
 
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