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Last resort compensation scheme a step closer

The Government has moved a step closer to the implementation of a last resort compensation scheme covering the financial services industry. For more
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Robo-advice mimics traditional advice

Automated investment advice is mirroring traditional advice by delivering product-led solutions when it should be broadening its scope to improve quality of advice. For more

NAB update confirms scale of redundancies

National Australia Bank has made a solid start to 2017 but its update to the ASX has confirmed the departure of 488 full-time positions. For more
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Clarity sought on UK pensions

Australian superannuation funds want greater clarity from the UK on the future workings of its much-amended overseas pension scheme regime. For more

Ignition Wealth launches robo tool for advisers

Ignition Wealth has announced the launch of a new division to assist advisers with the addition of robo services to their businesses. For more
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Australia’s economy has contracted

Inefficient, union-dominated labour markets in some sectors, relatively high corporate tax rates and over-regulation have contributed to Australia’s eroded international competitiveness, Fiducian believes. For more

SMEs show highest business confidence

Business confidence was the highest among the small and medium enterprises operating in the finance and industry sector, according to Bankwest. For more
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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

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