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  May 05, 2017 

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How can an actively managed bond fund keep pace with today’s rapidly changing investment environment? Anthony Kirkham from Western Asset (a Legg Mason Company) discusses the outlook for Australian Bonds. For more

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Holistic advisers will pay more on ASIC funding regime

Licensees providing holistic advice will be hit harder than those focused on general and wholesale advice under the Government’s new industry funding proposals for the Australian Securities and Investments Commission. For more

Super reforms hit SMSF members harder

The super reforms could throw a hefty spanner into a significant percentage of SMSF members’ contribution strategy and overall wealth plan, according to Class. For more

ISA questions bank legitimacy as super providers

The big banks did not appear to have any systems or services in place to assist their members to recover unpaid super, according to ISA. For more

Macquarie delivers $2,217 million profit

Macquarie Group has delivered a strong full-year result and has indicated a positive outlook moving into 2018. For more

Banks should go back to banking

Banks should not provide wealth management services and financial advice unless they can stamp out the product-driven sales culture that is entrenched in the institution. For more

Stockspot confirms Series B funding round

Fund manager and robo-advice firm, Stockspot has closed a $3 million capital raise to develop its product line. For more

Avoid ‘volatility traps’ in stock selection

Sacrificing some upside while reducing downside helps investors earn more with less risk, according to AB. For more

Miscreant employers not deterred by SG penalty regime

Miscreant employers are not being deterred by the penalty regime attaching to the non-payment of the superannuation guarantee, according to the Institute of Public Accountants. For more


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


Sir Humphrey tells the banks ‘check mate’

Outsider reckons Stephen Sedgwick has accurately predicted that while the major banks were talking the talk about implementing recommendations in his Retail Banking Remuneration Review it remains to be seen whether they will actually walk the walk. For more

Where do you keep your buccaneers?

Outsider suspects that hedge fund manager, Stuart McAuliffe is on to something in naming his companies after successful pirates, something which explains the successful listing of Henry Morgan last year For more
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