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Ban retail life commissions says AIST

 
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Ban commissions, cross-sell say industry funds

The Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees wants all commissions and other forms of conflicted remuneration for the sale of retail life policies banned. For more

Target product manufacturers says FPA

Financial services consumers would be better protected if the regulators could better target product manufacturers, according to the FPA. For more
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WHSP to vote against all WAM resolutions

WHSP has signalled its intention to vote against all resolutions proposed by Wilson Asset Management including the proposal to remove all three of the existing directors of HHV. For more

ISA ad “union scare campaign”: O’Dwyer

Kelly O’Dwyer has called ISA’s latest advertising campaign against banks increasing market share in super another union scare campaign. For more
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Regtech could boost compliance

Regulatory and technological developments could aid in better detecting and responding to misconduct, according to Greg Medcraft. For more

Pension changes crash retirement plans

Australians have been seeking help to repair their financial plans for retirement less than two months since the Age Pension asset test changes. For more
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ATO looks at high net worths

The ATO has confirmed its ongoing scrutiny of high net worths, with over 260 audits of private groups and wealthy Australians. For more

Lump sum business down

Lump sum new business was down 0.7 per cent in the 12 months ending December 2016, according to DEXX&R. For more
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New deal brings more technology to financial planners

Financial training programs provider, Mentor Education entered into a deal with Suitebox to help financial planners become more ‘tech savvy’. For more

Two new members for SMSF Association Public Policy Committee

The SMSF Association has appointed former NSW Liberal Premier, Nick Greiner, and former Labor Parliamentary Secretary, Bernie Ripoll, as members of the association’s committee. For more
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Reference checking vital when hiring advisers

ASIC’s review into how institutions dealt with non-compliant advisers highlighted the need for licensees/employers to follow FPA’s reference checking requirements, the FPA said. For more

Editorial

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

Expert Analysis

Are you hacker proof or an old hack? Avoiding the next Ashley Madison

Being cyber resilient is not only about fulfilling a statutory obligation but also about preserving the integrity of a financial services firm, according to Holley Nethercote. For more

The value of guaranteed lifetime income

Jeremy Cooper looks at what advisers should be considering following the latest changes to the Age Pension. For more

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Risk management – avoid it at your peril

Independent financial advisers may not have been exposed to the various elements of risk management and they therefore could inadvertently neglect them to the detriment of their business, Jessica Dass writes. For more
 
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