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FSC concedes need for better MySuper assessment

The Financial Services Council has conceded that a more exacting MySuper approval process may be needed before all MySuper funds can be offered as defaults. For more
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Unlicensed accountants risk ruining positive image

Unlicensed accountants who continue to provide SMSF advice risk damaging their sector’s hard-won positive reputation, according to Count Financial chief executive, David Lane. For more

Bank results confirm negativity around wealth management

An analysis of the full-year results of the major banks has confirmed a growing disappointment with the return on investment being generated by their wealth management operations. For more
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SMSF trustees should avoid hasty decisions post US poll

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Centrepoint unveils new client interface

Financial services firm, Centrepoint Alliance, has launched a client interface developed for advisers. For more
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Aussies favour domestic ETPs

Australian equity ETP inflows was almost double that of international equity ETPs thanks to a strong home bias, the US election, and a possible Fed rate hike, according to VanEck. For more

XTBs smash through $100m FUM

XTBs corporate bonds available on the ASX have reached over $100 million in FUM, on the back of increased adviser demand, according to ACBC. For more
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Editorial

Who will hold reins of professional standards body?

The Government’s creation of an independent standards body will alter the dynamics of the financial planning industry and create a new hierarchy. For more

Claims handling reality trumps perception

Mike Taylor writes that ASIC must deal in the complex realities of insurance claims handling, not the headline-making perceptions. For more

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Warranting a new investment approach when a market lacks direction

Elizabeth Tian looks at what products investors are looking at to help protect against the uncertainty of a market’s direction. For more

Overcoming the impact of financial stress

Helping clients identify financial goals and helping them create a plan to achieve them is significantly more likely to alleviate financial stress, Vicki Doyle writes. For more

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For some older couples, one spouse is 'in charge of' the money and the other is disengaged and not interested in understanding the couple's financial situation. Jacqui Irwin writes about the benefits of a step-by-step analysis to remedy the situation. For more
 
 
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