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Capping commissions doesn’t work says ACCC

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has declared that capping commissions helps insurers more than anyone else and may lead to collusion. For more
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IPA wants over 50 super cap restored

The superannuation concessional contribution cap for people over 50 should be reinstated, according to the IPA. For more

Do not let longevity risk fall by the wayside

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Equities dominate super investments

Despite suggestions to the contrary, Australia’s major superannuation funds direct more than half their allocations towards equities. For more

Suncorp NZ acquires shares in Tower

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IRESS posts solid result

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Optimo Financial releases changes to super software

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Churn: Real or politically expedient?

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ASIC’s concerns on vertical integration and best interests

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has left Federal Parliamentarians in no doubt that it has concerns about the compatibility of vertical integration with the delivery of client best interests. For more
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