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The myth of 120% upfront commissions

 
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120% upfront commissions a myth

Claims that life/risk advisers have been getting 120 per cent upfront commissions are a myth with the real figure being substantially lower. Read more

Platforms overlooking smaller IFAs

Large platforms were not servicing small and mid-tier independent financial advisers with their MDAs, as it may be cheaper to cater to the big firms, a boutique firm said. Read more
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SMSF trustees poised to kick retirement goals

SMSF trustees who are more likely to receive financial advice were more confident in meeting their retirement goals compared to non-trustees. Read more

Climate change could destabilise financial system

Poor policy signalling, delayed action, and mis-reading by markets on climate change threaten the stability of the Australian financial system, according to a report. Read more
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Banks to lift capital adequacy ratios

A new APRA analysis has pointed to Australia’s major banks needing to significantly lift their capital adequacy ratios to meet the aspirations of the FSI report. Read more

China downturn not result of fundamental failure

The falling equities market in China is a the result of local conditions and not a long-term or widespread structural failure according to a global funds management group. Read more
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Rate the Raters

Lonsec and Zenith lead title chase

Nicholas O'Donoghue writes that for the second year running, the gap between ratings houses, Lonsec and Zenith Investment Partners, has been too close to call, in the first part of Money Management's Annual Rate the Raters survey. Read more

Expert Analysis

Damned if they did, damned if they didn’t

Money Management’s Mike Taylor writes that, for the AFA, the whole life/risk reform process was a case of damned if you do and damned if you don’t. Read more
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Need for super fund balance

Industry funds have criticised the Government’s move to impose one-third independent directors on superannuation funds plus an independent chair but, as Mike Taylor reports, many funds have already moved. Read more

Features

A green thumbs-up to responsible investment

Arguing against responsible investment strategies is becoming an increasingly difficult thing to do, with fund performance and investor ambitions aligning, writes Nicholas O’Donoghue. Read more
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E’s not just for environment in ESG investing

The environment is not the only ‘e’ being considered when investors think of ESG investing, with ethics also a key consideration. Read more
 
 
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