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Planners want product provider help

Eight-in-10 planners want product providers to help with tools they can use with clients to explain the superannuation changes. For more

Govt warned against further delays to lifting the SG

The financial services industry appears united in urging the Government to ensure next month’s Budget does not further delay increasing the superannuation guarantee to 12 per cent. For more

Lambert bows out of Countplus chairmanship

Industry veteran, Barry Lambert, has retired as chairman of Countplus and will be succeeded by Ray Kellerman. For more

Salary and wages 2017 – tell us what you are worth

Once again, Money Management is conducting its annual salary survey to gauge how the financial services sector is evolving and how it is affecting wages and salaries. For more

Industry funds still suspicious of SMSFs

A new survey has confirmed continuing industry fund antipathy towards self-managed superannuation funds but less certainty about how they should be regulated. For more

Climate change a key financial risk

Climate change was increasingly being viewed as a key financial risk, and trustees and directors of super funds will eventually have a fiduciary duty to avoid this risk. For more

VanEck launches fixed income ETF

VanEck has announced plans to launch shortly a new Australian fixed income ETF on the ASX, called the VanEck Vectors Australian Corporate Bond Plus ETF. For more

CFS becomes UN-backed PRI signatory

CFS has formalised its ESG commitment in its investments through becoming a signatory to the UN-endorsed Principles for Responsible Investment. For more

Accounting sector fears asset write-off Budget block

The Institute of Public Accountants has called on the federal government to extend the write-off initiative for 2017-2018. For more

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Why old-school analysis may pay off in 2017

To take advantage of volatility, investors are expected to refocus on diligent research to determine a company’s value, writes Natalie Tam. For more

Helping clients understand smart beta

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Impact of 1 July 2017 changes to superannuation on SMSFs

Marcus Evans looks at super changes and what advisers need to know when dealing with SMSFs. For more
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