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  Mar 29, 2017 

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Choice wants advisers to declare independence

Consumer group Choice wants all grandfathered commission arrangements to end and for advisers to be required to declare their status – independent or aligned. For more

ASIC establishes Financial Advisers Consultative Committee

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has looked to deepen its consultative relationship with financial advisers. For more

Productivity Commission recommends radical default fund change

The Productivity Commission has pointed to entrenched rent-seeking in the default super sector and recommended radical change, including a once-only allocation to defaults funds. For more

Suncorp admits super data breach

Members of Suncorp’s Brighter Super product have been told of a temporary data breach, making their personal details available to other members. For more

ABA welcomes changes in banking code’s review

The ABA has supported the vast majority of recommendations and welcomed the final report of the Code of Banking Practice. For more

Aon and Adviser Ratings partner on cyber insurance

Aon and Adviser Ratings have entered a partnership to launch a cyber-insurance policy for advisers to allow them to take out cyber liability insurance. For more

Time for property borrowers to take action

The rising interest rates on property loans mean Australians need to make sure they are getting the best rate, Barry Lambert believes. For more

JP Morgan crowned best employer

JP Morgan has topped the global list of ideal employers for finance professionals in the eFinancialCareers Ideal Employer rankings for 2017. For more


Technology, take to the stand

Advisers might be keeping pace with technology, but are they on top of the regulation that goes with it? Hope William-Smith finds out. For more

Will data mining kick more goals?

As it becomes increasingly necessary for planners to provide goals-based strategic advice, Malavika Santhebennur asks if big data can help them customise advice. For more

Expert Analysis

Beware the $1.6m transfer balance cap

From 1 July, super fund members – and their death benefit beneficiaries – face steep penalties if they breach the new $1.6 million transfer balance cap, Jeff Scott writes. For more

Banking on digital for an enhanced customer experience

Mark Woolnough weighs up the changing landscape of financial services and tips the digital experience as key to customer advocacy in 2017. For more
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