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Reviews, Royal Commission will not change bank culture

Reviews into retail banking remuneration may raise awareness about the sales culture but it will not alter the product-pushing behaviour of banks and other financial institutions. For more
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The FPA makes key appointments

The Financial Planning Association’s bid to become a code-monitoring body has taken another step with the appointment of two senior lawyers to oversee its Conduct Review Commission. For more

Super funds need to better explain insurance

Superannuation funds need to provide new members with an easily understood but detailed explanation of what, precisely, insurance within super is delivering, according to the Insurance in Superannuation Working Group. For more
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NAB reports $2.55 billion first half profit

National Australia Bank appears to be consolidating its profit position behind recent strategic changes but its wealth business continues to face challenges. For more

ANZ sells stake in Australian JV

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Stand-alone act needed for whistleblowers

A robust and independent whistleblowing process needs to replace the current act to help employees feel comfortable about fearlessly reporting misconduct, the Governance Institute of Australia believes. For more
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Salary and wages 2017 – tell us what you are worth

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Lonsec focuses on ESG and SRI sectors

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ASIC cracks down on debt firms’ false advertising

A debt solutions firm has been given an infringement notice and two others have been investigated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission for misleading advertisements. For more

BetaShares opens Melbourne office

BetaShares has opened a new office in Melbourne, and has appointed Damon Riscalla as national manager, adviser services. For more

Editorial

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

Objectively winding back the ‘significance test’

Mike Taylor writes that when the Government introduced the ‘significance test’ to the AFSL breach reporting regime in 2003 it was seen as sensible moderation but all that might be about to change. For more

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Why old-school analysis may pay off in 2017

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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
 
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