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Warning that LIF risks the loss of a generation

A new white paper has warned that the Life Insurance Framework risks the loss of a generation of highly experienced planners unless appropriate strategies and supports are put in place. For more

Finance sector records largest pay gap

The finance and insurance services sector recorded the largest gender pay gap of any sector at 33 per cent, a new report showed. For more

APRA confirms lawyers driving insurance claims

The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority has confirmed the advertising campaigns mounted by plaintiff law firms are driving higher insurance claims experience. For more

Wilson ramps up pressure on HHV board

Wilson Asset Management chairman, Geoff Wilson has ramped up pressure on the board of Hunter Hall Global Value Fund. For more

Standard Life and Aberdeen to merge

Standard Life and Aberdeen have agreed to an $18.2 billion merger to create one of Europe’s largest active investment managers. For more

Russia and US financial planning body sign MoU

The Russian National Association of Securities Market Participants (NAUFOR) and the US-based Financial Planning Standards Board (FPSB) have signed a MOU to cooperate in the financial consulting area. For more

knowIT rebrands Strategy Steps’ Desk Caddie

knowIT Group has announced a rebrand of the Strategy Steps’ Desk Caddie as wealthdigital. For more

Partners In Planning launch new software offering

Self-licensed financial advice firm Partners In Planning has announced its intention to use software designed by FinPal for business growth and development. For more


Professional standards and de-risking the industry

With the passage of the Professional Standards legislation, the major employers have already set about de-risking their planning exposures, Mike Taylor writes. For more


To study or not to study – Education feature part 2

When the Government initially announced the professional standards bill, one of the biggest concerns was whether there would be an early retirement exodus of late-career advisers deciding not to pursue a degree or equivalent, Jassmyn Goh writes. For more

The new infrastructure environment

Oksana Patron finds out how the changing macroeconomic environment will affect infrastructure assets and how smaller investors can access the sector. For more


SMSFs and in specie contributions

Fabian Bussoletti looks at the considerations advisers need to make when advising SMSF clients on in specie contributions. For more
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