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  Mar 16, 2017 

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Give us more claims handling power: ASIC

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission wants more power to deal directly with insurance claims handling issues. For more

Commbank’s Spring back lifting FOS limit to over $1m

The Commonwealth Bank’s wealth management boss, Annabel Spring has backed lifting the FOS monetary limit to over $1 million. For more

Praemium’s shareholders to vote on directors’ removal

The shareholders of Praemium have requested a general meeting to consider resolutions to remove directors of the company, following the termination of its chief executive. For more

Advice integration missing link in super funds

Super funds were failing to utilise data to integrate their online advice offering with human financial advice services to engage more members. For more

Robo portfolios benefit from themes and factors

Robo-advice portfolios can be boosted by the use of volatility, yield, and momentum as quantitative variables. For more

ASIC accepts EUs from Westpac and ANZ

ASIC has accepted enforceable undertakings from Westpac and ANZ to address inadequacies with their wholesale FX businesses. For more

Publicly supported VC fund needed

The lack of external finance for innovative firms with high commercial potential is a lost opportunity to the economy, IPA believes. For more


Can insurers match advisers in accepting pain of change?

If insurers were made to drop underwriting policies at the time of claim could they accept the accompanying commercial pain? For more

Can the Govt continue to deflect a Royal Commission?

Mike Taylor writes that in a delicately-balanced House of Representatives there is no guarantee the Government can continue to deflect pressure for a banking Royal Commission. For more


Profit and loss in the move beyond LIF

The Australian life/risk sector is facing a fundamental reshaping as advisers move beyond the LIF and banks consider their return on investment, Mike Taylor finds. For more

Proceed with caution on Australian equities

Australian equities have settled since last financial year’s volatility but advisers have been warned to make selective and diversified decisions, Jassmyn Goh finds. For more
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