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Clarify claw-back, says AFA

The Association of Financial Advisers wants lapses which are beyond the control of advisers to be exempted from the three-year claw-back provisions. Read more

Planners enjoy choice of platform

New Investment Trends research reveals planners have never enjoyed greater levels of platform choice and are opting to look beyond the dominant BT Wrap, Colonial FirstChoice and Macquarie Wrap. Read more
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Sandhurst-Wickham class action set for first court date

A class action against Sandhurst Trustees, related to its oversight of Wickham Securities, will reach the courts with a first hearing date set for late July. Read more

Onus on firms to attract employees

Research from recruitment firms saying bad publicity detracted new employees to the wealth management industry was not necessarily reflected in individual businesses. Read more
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FChFP enrolments reach 500: AFA

Enrolments into the AFA Fellow Chartered Financial Practitioner designation has hit 500 since late 2013 when the curriculum was relaunched with Kaplan. Read more

Omniwealth pays $10,200 penalty

Omniwealth has paid a $10,200 penalty after ASIC issued an infringement notice that had concerns its website had potentially misleading claims. Read more
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Perth finance brokers banned

Misleading and dishonest conduct has landed two Perth-based finance brokers in hot water after investigations by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission resulted in permanent bans. Read more

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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
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Expert Analysis

Once more into the breach

Mike Taylor writes that the reporting of breaches needs to be accepted as not only a legal obligation but part and parcel of running a financial services company. Read more

A tangled web

Those pursuing a Royal Commission into the financial planning industry need to stop spinning and get their facts straight. Read more
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Centrelink Asset Testing: Winners and Losers

William Truong looks at how the Federal Government’s changes to Centrelink’s asset testing from 1 January 2017 will impact clients looking at a Centrelink allowance. Read more

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Pruning the fear off hedge funds

The bitter taste of the GFC, and a strong equities market, have meant Australian investors remain cautious about hedge funds, Malavika Santhebennur reports. Read more
 
 
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