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The Minister for Revenue and Financial Services, Kelly O’Dwyer has pointed to inherent limitations of account-based pensions, particularly with respect to longevity risk. For more
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New CIO for ANZ Wealth business

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Gap between expectation and reality in SMSFs

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Government holds back super savings repatriation

The Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia has called on the Government to enable the rightful returns of unclaimed super. For more

Govt recommits to growing funds management

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Loss carry-back should be reintroduced

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APRA warns on neglecting technology back-end

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Praemium posts record revenue

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Australian ETFs down in January

Funds under management (FUM) of the Australian exchange traded fund (ETF) industry were slightly lower in January, according to BetaShares. For more
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ASIC bans financial adviser for five years

ASIC has banned Roan Financial Group’s Darren Tindall from providing financial services for five years after the FPA received a complaint against him for dishonest conduct. For more

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