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Make product manufacturers provide warranties says CFP

Financial services product manufacturers should not be allowed to weasel out of their obligations and should be made to provide warranties around their retirement income products, according to a West Australian CFP. For more
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Labor targets SMSF borrowing in housing package

The Federal Opposition has directly targeted borrowing within self-managed superannuation funds within an eight-point plan aimed at addressing the housing affordability crisis. For more

New client book website launched

A website has been launched for financial professionals looking to sell their client books, aimed both at buyers and sellers. For more
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Fintech sandbox to be reviewed in a year

ASIC’s regulatory sandbox for testing fintech services will run for another year before the framework is reviewed. For more

ESG integration beneficial for investors

Integration of ESG helps asset owners improve returns, according to State Street Global Advisors’ study. For more
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IFM Investors acquires medical software platform solution

IFM Investors’ private equity arm has acquired a stake in medical specialist software provider, Genie Solutions. For more

Bell Financial posts 16% revenue growth

Bell Financial Group saw a strong start to the year, with a 16 per cent revenue growth for the first quarter of the year. For more
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Different sauce for the industry funds gander

What is the difference between a ‘rebate’ and a ‘commission’ and is a different standard being applied to the ‘risk sharing rebates’ paid to industry funds by insurers? For more

Will regulation blunt the ‘direct’ approach?

ASIC is taking a close look at the sale of life insurance direct to consumers and Mike Taylor writes that the regulator’s findings may significantly alter the commercial rationale for such an approach. For more
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Senator Bazza – taking the Senate to a new high

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Garry and David’s vertically-integrated collective

Outsider was fascinated to hear industry funds stalwart and chairman of Industry Fund Services, Garry Weaven, outlining the various entities which had arisen from the collective efforts of the industry funds. For more
 
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