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More doubt thrown on existence of life/risk churn

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  Apr 03, 2017 

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More doubt thrown on reality of churn

Evidence provided to a Parliamentary Joint Committee has thrown further doubt on the existence of life/risk churn as a major problem. For more

Most accountants unmoved by removal of accountant’s exemption

A new survey suggests many accountants providing SMSF advice were licensed well ahead of the end of the accountant’s exemption. For more

APRA’s investment loan growth cap short-sighted

Everyday Australians investing in real estate are being harassed and targeted by APRA and the banks, MoneyQuest believes. For more

AFA concerned about ASIC funding model

The AFA has voiced concerns ASIC’s industry funding model would pass costs aimed to remediate poor advisers on to all advisers. For more

SFCT to investigate more offshore tax evasion

Around 350 Australians with links to Swiss banking managers were likely to have been involved in a tax evasion scheme and will be investigated by the Serious Financial Crime Taskforce. For more

LGS CEO resigns

LGS chief executive, Lambert has stepped down from the role after 10 years. For more

BNY Mellon wins Commonwealth Bank mandate

BNY Mellon Investment Management has been awarded a mandate from Commonwealth Bank Group Superannuation scheme. For more


Why mortgage brokers should be worried

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission review of Mortgage Broker Remuneration is reminiscent of the findings which gave rise to the Future of Financial Advice and, as Mike Taylor reports, dramatic change seems inevitable. 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


Looking at the old with the new – TAPs and transfer balance cap

Josh Rundmann looks at myth busting term allocation pension treatment misconceptions. For more
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