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Super funds, corporate boxes and illegal inducements

 
  Nov 15, 2016 
 
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Client resource: The Benefits of Staying Invested

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That seat in the corporate box may be illegal

ASIC has pointed out that super funds which offer employers seats in their corporate boxes at major sporting events may be guilty of providing an illegal inducement. For more
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Low understanding of life insurance

More than half of Australians who only have life insurance in their super are not confident in the level of cover they have, according to a survey. For more

Should guardians be fiduciaries in family trusts?

Those who design family trusts should consider whether the guardians they appointed were fiduciaries to avoid deadlocks and conflicts in the future. For more
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Advisers driving annuities

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Global events create opportunities

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Women still struggle for board positions

The average age of board members in Australia has steadily risen, even with the influx of younger female candidates. For more

Australian private equity strong in 2016

Australian private equity has boosted mergers and acquisitions value to 20 per cent in 2016, according to a market analysis by Minter Ellison. For more
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Markets rise after Trump wins

Trump’s US Presidential win has proved favourable for all markets and investors, according to Ardea Investment Management. For more

High interest cash ETF hits $1 billion

A high interest cash ETF has become of one of the largest ETFs in Australia after it hit $1 billion in FUM, according to BetaShares. For more
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Editorial

A fleeting glimpse of profit sharing on the other side

There have long been accusations that industry funds have been the beneficiaries of generous rebate arrangements from group insurers and both the Productivity Commission and APRA have provided a glimpse of the reality. For more

Expert Analysis

Yield investors need to actively manage risk while seeking returns

Mortgage funds may be a solution to the income generation challenge as they avoid an asset/liability mismatch and allows investors to tailor risk and return, Roy Prasad writes. For more

Looking to the future

Hugh Young looks at how regulatory and technological change will shape demands for more productive investments. For more

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Til financial ignorance do us part

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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