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Life/risk commissions a FOFA oversight - O'Dwyer

 
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O’Dwyer cites life/risk commissions as FOFA oversight

The Minister for Revenue and Financial Services, Kelly O’Dwyer suggests life insurance commissions should have been addressed within FOFA. For more

Retirement uncertainty creates planning opportunity

New research confirms that Australians want good advice as they become increasingly uncertain about their retirement. For more
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Industry super funds anti-bank campaign

Industry Super Australia has backed its defence of the default funds regime with a major advertising campaign against the major banks. For more

Banks should not claw into super: ISA

ASIC’s damning report into financial advisers in institutions signal the risk that lied in banks increasing their market share in superannuation, ISA argued. For more
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Client-centricity trumps product distribution

Fortnum has pushed its new Professional Advice Framework, arguing client-centricity trumps product distribution. For more

Super funds deliver moderate returns

The super median-balanced option had a modest start to 2017 as investors did not want to see markets getting too carried away, according to SuperRatings. For more
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PIMCO becomes RE for all its funds

PIMCO has become the responsible entity for all of its 12 funds as part of its strategy aimed to underscore the firm’s commitment to the Australian market. For more

Investors back NAB workplace gender equality bond

Australian and international investors have backed the first social bond for the promotion of workplace gender equality with $500 million invested. For more
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Editorial

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

Features

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
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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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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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