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  Jan 20, 2017 


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Save the date for the Money Management Life Insurance Claims Handling Breakfast. Keynote speaker announced - Kell, Deputy Chairman, Australian Securities and Investments Commission. For more

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Banks want more time on competition law changes

The Australian Bankers Association claims its members will need around a year to accommodate changes to competition laws, particularly the “effects test”. For more

Life insurance advisers want more digital capabilities

Single source data, privacy, compliance, and education are the biggest challenges life insurance advisers will face this year when it comes to big data and digital changes, MLC Life Insurance believes. For more

Another Govt crackdown on the black economy

The Government has signalled another crackdown on the black economy via a Black Economy Taskforce. For more

Industry funds dominate 2016

Industry super fund returns dominated over retail funds as allocations to property and infrastructure proved successful, according to SuperRatings. For more

Equity value managers outperform in Q4

The difference between investment managers saw significant dispersion in the performance of various investment styles in favour of value style in Q4 last year. For more

ETFs to continue strong growth in 2017

The Australian ETF industry is expected to continue posting strong growth, after it broke records in both FUM and trading activity in 2016, BetaShares said. For more

HHV Board mulls Geoff Wilson demand

The Hunter Hall Global Value board has defended its position in the face of Geoff Wilson’s demands. 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

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


Backing the lycra’d Bobbinator

Outsider doffs his hat to financial planning’s men in Lycra — the chaps who are participating in this year’s Future 2 Wheel Classic — this time in Western Australia. For more

Come, but don’t come by boat

Outsider has just one piece of advice to those Americans thinking of escaping The Donald and embracing the shores of Australia: just don’t come by boat. For more

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