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  Dec 16, 2016 

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Financial advisers have role in proposed MyRetirement regime

Financial advisers have been identified as having a key role in the Government’s proposed MyRetirement regime. For more

Fintechs were already in the AFSL fast-line

ASIC chairman, Greg Medcraft confirms fintech companies who used the regulator’s Innovation Hub were already in the licensing fast-lane. For more

SMSFs trust accountant advice most

SMSF trustees placed the most trust in accountants ahead of financial advisers, but financial advisers remained the most used advice source by SMSFs despite usage levels dropping. For more

Black money crackdown should focus on SG

The Federal Government’s crackdown on the black economy should include a focus on non-compliance with the superannuation guarantee in the cash economy. For more

Industry funds retain satisfaction lead

While both industry and retail super funds were down in satisfaction in November, industry funds still retained their lead at 59.2 per cent, according to Roy Morgan. For more

New licensing exemption for fintech firms

ASIC has released licensing exemption for fintech businesses which would allow the firms to test certain services without holding an Australian financial service or credit licence. For more

Australian ETFs record high in November

Australian exchange-traded funds (ETFs) reached a new record of $24.6 billion in funds under management in November, according to the BetaShares ETF Review. For more

Merger launches new market player in FI

Trustees Australia and fintech operator, Cashwerkz, have announced a merger under which established businesses would buy a new platform and distribution network. For more

Merry Christmas

Money Management wishes all its readers a Merry Christmas and a safe and prosperous New Year. For more


Uncertainties of 2016 move into 2017

The financial services industry is facing another year of uncertainty but there will be opportunities for it to become the master of its own destiny. For more


2016: That’s a policy wrap

Malavika Santhebennur writes that many policy issues that beleaguered the financial services sector in 2015 remained in 2016, and would continue into 2017. For more


Your nuts roasting in an open fire

Seasons greetings, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, from Outsider. For more

ANZ Wealth — a pit stop on the road to where?

Outsider knew the writing was possibly on the wall a long time ago for ANZ’s wealth management arm. That wall just happened to be between the executive suite and the executive rest rooms. For more

Appoint women and indigenous whales to boards

Outsider delved through Money Management’s treasure trove of misogynistic comments on its wealth management stories. Maybe he shouldn’t have done so. For more

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