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ASIC toughens licensing process

A law firm has warned AFSLs and credit licence applicants can expect ASIC to take a tougher approach to assessing their applications but the exact requirements were not clear yet. For more
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Should under 25s be treated differently on super?

The Productivity Commission has been told under 25s may be better off not going immediately into the superannuation system and instead be directed to a Government-run default. For more

Fortnum hires former ANZ head

Fortnum has appointed former ANZ wealth managing director of advice and open market channels, Neil Younger, as its managing director as the group prepared to launch an expansion programme. For more
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Adviser Ratings inks deal with small businesses

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Men in credit card repayment crisis

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‘Third way’ to invest in emerging markets

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Former planner jailed for seven years

A former Queensland financial planner has been jailed for seven years on charges including forgery and fraud. For more

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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

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Looking to the future

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

The ingredient to financial planning success

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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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