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  Oct 17, 2016 

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Asia-Pacific HNWIs have high expectations for digital services

Wealth managers would need to overcome some resistance to win the trust of the Asia-Pacific’s HNWIs and better understand their needs, according to Capgemini’s report. Read more

Advisers need to engage with technology

Financial advisers have so far failed to tap into the untouched customer base of around 18.5 million people. Read more

Third tranche of super reforms released

Federal Treasurer, Scott Morrison, has released the third tranche of the super reforms, saying it would be introduced into Parliament before the end of the year. Read more

Long-term may be much longer

Investors need risk management that extend beyond the traditional safeguards of a long-term perspective and diversification, according to Milliman. Read more

Index ETFs outperform all managed funds: Gary Stone

Index ETFs outperformed all managed funds, industry super funds and retail funds since 1992, according to financial writer, Gary Stone. Read more

Securitor reaches industry milestone

Financial advisory firm, Securitor, has awarded its advisers at a gala dinner celebrating 30 years of partnerships in the advice space. Read more


ETFs - Ask the Experts LIVE WEBINAR

ETFs are finally taking off in the Australian market. Money Management will host a LIVE webinar on 15 November with the industry's leaders to discuss the most successful strategies behind the future of ETF Investing Read more

Expert Analysis

Making the break with traditional wisdom

Traditional wisdom on life insurance has been tried but apparently has not succeeded. Col Fullagar outlines 20 insurer commitments that approved lists should be predicated on. Read more

Active versus passive: does it have to be a choice?

As there is a large degree of replication amongst large equity funds, and similarity in performance, there is a case to use both active and passive strategies, Julian Beaumont writes. Read more

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Planning industry in state of flux

Despite the controversies and challenges, the absolute size of the Australian financial planning industry has remained relatively stable, according to Money Management TOP 100 Survey, Oksana Patron finds. Read more

Push towards higher educational standards for planners continue

For the first time Money Management asked the dealer groups in a survey to share their views on the educational requirements for new advisers as well as their expectations were towards current employees. Oksana Patron reports the findings. Read more

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