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  May 02, 2017 

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FSC no longer seeking FOFA change

The Financial Services Council has confirmed it is no longer seeking changes to the FOFA regime and that includes opt-in, product disclosure statement and best interests. For more

Throw the book at our members says FSC

The Financial Services Council is willing to have the book thrown at its members if they are ever found to have offered inducements to business clients to move to bank-owned default superannuation funds. For more

ANZ lifts first-half profit

ANZ has seen a 23 per cent increase in first-half cash profit but its divisional results explain its move to exit retail wealth. For more

Take super out of budgetary cycle

Stability for the super system should extend beyond tax settings to ensure it is not used to fund first home deposits, the SMSF Association believes. For more

Pre-retirees the ‘sandwich generation’

Pre-retiree working Australians aged 50 and over were the ‘sandwich generation’ who had to provide financial assistance to both their ageing parents and their children. For more

Unpaid super adds $100m in Age Pension costs

The Government needs to prioritise addressing the issue of unpaid superannuation in the Budget as it is costing it $100 million a year, according to ISA. For more

MainstreamBPO names new CEO

MainstreamBPO’s co-founder and current CEO of its fund administration, Martin Smith has been appointed as the new CEO of MainstreamBPO Limited. For more

Greater education around property investment needed

PIPA has urged the government to focus on housing affordability policy and to implement sensible housing measures. For more


Only a jackass would breed a mule

Allowing young Australians to access their super to fund home purchases is tantamount to crossing a quarter-horse with a donkey to deliver a not very pretty mule. For more

Expert Analysis

Helping clients understand smart beta

Smart beta is not a fad and demand is growing quickly within equity investing and beyond, Jon Howie explains. For more

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


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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