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Extend FOFA ban on conflicted remuneration

 
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Extend FOFA remuneration bans says AFA

The Association of Financial Advisers says the FOFA ban on conflicted remuneration needs to be extended to other financial services operatives including property spruikers, wholesale product pushers and some accountants. For more

Compensation scheme of last resort poor policy

The FSC has labelled the compensation scheme of last resort a poor public policy with high risk, and asked for caution and more consultation before proceeding. For more
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Super needs to adapt to changing times

The provision of financial advice within super represents a key part of its adaption to changing times, according to senior super executive, Michael Dwyer. For more

Positive client relations key to solid financial wellbeing

Centrepoint Alliance said clients valued the personal relationship with their adviser as well as just the technical advice. For more
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Retirement guarantees can make customers poorer

Retirement guarantees do not always provide a benefit and could return less over the retiree’s lifetime than a product with no guarantees, according to Milliman’s study. For more

Henderson reports lower revenue for 2016

Henderson Group has reported a 13 per cent drop in revenue for the year ended December, 2016. For more
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Draft super income stream regulations released

Minister for Revenue and Financial Services, Kelly O’Dwyer has released the draft super income stream regulations for public consultation to implement tax reforms. For more

Financial plans are making Aussies happy

RaboDirect has released research which showed financial confidence was a key contributor to all-round happiness in Australia. For more
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Wealth management straggles on digital

Wealth management firms continue to fall behind in facilitating the opening of accounts digitally but Australia was ahead of its global counterparts. For more

H2 Ventures accelerator welcomes a fourth cohort

H2 Ventures this week announced the accelerator would invest in its fourth cohort of start-ups for the country’s sole accelerator program. For more
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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

How savvy advisers can use currency to navigate volatile times

While currency exposure can provide a safety valve for economic downturns, advisers need to employ a structured approach to manage foreign exposures, Matthew Hopkins writes. For more
 
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