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Insurers told to do more, spend more on legacy

  Dec 01, 2016 

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Life insurers told to do more and spend more on legacy products

The major life insurers have been told to do more and spend more on addressing legacy product issues rather than waiting on Government legislation. For more

FOS should be benchmark in EDR merger

The FOS has used a report from the Financial Counselling Australia to argue that its processes should be the benchmark in any mergers of EDR schemes. For more

AFA calls for life code improvements

The AFA has urged for improvements in the FSC’s Life Insurance Code of Practice and other elements of LIF as it acknowledged its passage through the lower house this week. For more

Robo-advisers have brand handicap

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CommInsure rolls out new enhancements

CommInsure has received positive feedback from the launch of a tele claims service and updates to its product offerings. For more

International concentrated funds outperform diversified

Concentrated international share funds had outperformed their diversified counterparts over the last 12 months, according to research from ratings agency, Zenith. For more

ASIC permanently bans South Australian insurance broker

ASIC has permanently banned Christopher John Griggs from providing financial services for his dishonest conduct. For more


Uncertainties of 2016 move into 2017

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Waiting for the revolution

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