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ASIC sceptical on banks and best interests

  Jan 12, 2017 


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Vertical integration conflicts with client best interest

ASIC deputy chairman, Kell says the big question confronting banks is whether client best interests can be met within a vertically-integrated model. For more

Age Pension and rent assistance beats super

The Grattan Institute has further distanced itself from the views of the superannuation industry claiming the Age Pension and rent assistance are better tools than super. For more

IPA proposes co-regulatory model with ASIC

A co-regulatory model in relation to ASIC’s responsibilities would boost ASIC’s capacity to fulfil its responsibilities, the IPA believes. For more

Market based pensions commutable

The 2016 Budget amendment allowing market linked pensions to be partly commuted will be useful to those otherwise locked into excess transfer balance positions. For more

SMSFs are better at monitoring employer contributions

The non-payment of contributions is less of a worry for SMSFs than it is for other superannuation funds, according to the SMSF Association. For more

Saxo to expand choices for Australian investors

Saxo Capital Markets would expand its functionality to enable clients to post existing physical stocks, bonds and ETF holdings as collateral for margin trades. 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

Waiting for the revolution

Mike Taylor writes that accountant licensing has thus far proved to be the revolution which has not quite happened but the clock is still ticking. For more

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Nightmare on Employment Street

Tim Dixon and Naomi Fink warn businesses on what not to do when terminating a disruptive employee to avoid dealings with the Fair Work Commission. For more


Beyond speculation: using derivatives in diversified portfolios

Daniel Park examines how derivatives can play many roles in risk management and return creation despite being under the microscope in recent times. For more

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