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Planners back super access for housing

Two West Australian planners have backed giving people conditional access to their super for housing and have provided politicians with a plan to achieve it. For more

VanEck and Lonsec launch ETF model portfolios

VanEck has partnered with Lonsec to launch a range of exchange traded funds model portfolios to help advisers and brokers construct diversified portfolios. For more
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Westpac reports strong first half but wealth mixed

Westpac Group has reported a strong first-half with profit up six per cent to $3,907 million, but its wealth division results including financial planning remain mixed. 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
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Super conversation should include aged care

Planners who were talking to clients about super changes should take this opportunity to discuss aged care services. For more
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Temenos acquires Rubik

The Federal Court of Australia has approved the scheme for a software specialist to acquire all of Rubik’s shares. For more

New strategies needed across retirement income market

Milliman has released research to analyse the future state of the retirement income market across the Asia-Pacific region. For more
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Allianz appoints MD for 2018

Allianz Australia has announced the appointment of Richard Feledy as the insurance company’s managing director, effective 2018. For more

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Why an ASIC product-intervention power should be welcomed

Financial services product manufacturers should be prepared to stand behind their offerings and ensure they are directed to the right consumers by the right people. For more
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Laying estate planning fears to rest

Hope William-Smith looks at how changing family structures and the ageing population have required advisers to upgrade their estate planning expertise and how they are embracing the challenge. For more

Cross the seas for opportunities

There is consensus in the funds management industry that despite the volatile times, Australian investors must invest in global stocks to grab opportunities beyond minerals and banks, Malavika Santhebennur writes. For more

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Defined benefit schemes in the new super world

Tim Howard looks at the changed treatment of certain contributions to defined benefit schemes. For more
 
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