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ASIC should have better consulted advisers on claims-handling

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission had fallen short in its review of claims-handling by not sufficiently consulting advisers and clients, according to Integrity Resolutions principal, Col Fullagar. For more

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Industry funds and SMSFs at loggerheads

Industry funds and the SMSF Association are in heated disagreement over the need to ban self-managed superannuation fund access to limited recourse borrowing arrangements. For more

Industry funds outperform bank-owned funds

Independent data highlights chronic underperformance of bank-owned super funds, according to Industry Super Australia. For more
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