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Xplan grows planning dominance

Financial planners are embracing tablets and showing their willingness to spend on technology to better integrate their businesses but Xplan continues to be the most-used software. Read more
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Advisers rejig business under new risk regime

Research has found advisers will attempt to offset changes stemming from the new life insurance commission regime with improvements to business efficiency or expanding their client and… Read more

Accountants at risk of Corporations Act breach

Accountants need to recognise how to refer clients to a financial planner for advice if they are not an AFSL holder, or they could be at risk of breaching the Corporations Act. Read more
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Challenger looks to European multi-boutique play

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Women in Financial Services Awards 2015

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Advisers lag on digital communication

Being bombarded by regulation changes meant advisers were yet to embrace improving client communication by adapting a customised mobile strategy. Read more

ETFs continue to motor along

The ETF sector has continued to grow at pace with more new products launched in the past six months than in the previous two years. Read more
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SMSF auditor disqualified

ASIC has disqualified SMSF auditor Brennan after his performance was found to be deficient along with failing to provide audit reports to three funds. Read more

Insurance adviser permanently banned

ASIC’s continuing investigation of ACE Insurance results in an adviser being permanently banned. 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

Healthy transition to retirement

Australians may need to work longer to save more for retirement and a longer life, but Paul Sainsbury asks whether they will be healthy enough to work until 70. Read more

EOFY – Strategies for the year ahead

Concessions for small businesses and no new taxes on super in the Federal Budget offers real financial planning opportunities for adviser businesses and their clients, Tim Howard writes. Read more

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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

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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