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Planners about more than investment advice

While financial planners seem to over-estimate the risk tolerance of their clients, they are often good at identifying and achieving life goals. Read more

Change super focus from account balances

The focus should be moved from super account balances to members’ projected retirement incomes, according to an expert panel. Read more
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Fintech regulation needs to catch up

Fintech models cannot fit into the current regulatory framework as it was designed in the early 2000s and is out of date. Read more

Labor recommits to cutting super tax concessions

The Federal Opposition has recommitted to cutting super tax concessions on high account balances while rejecting the Government’s super fund governance changes as an attempted “wedge”. Read more
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Life insurers must deliver meaningful code

Life/risk insurers must deliver a meaningful code of conduct in the post-Trowbridge environment, according to TAL chief executive, Brett Clark. Read more

ASIC bans former Macquarie Equities representative

ASIC has banned a second Macquarie Equities Limited adviser in relation to falsification of records and unauthorised trading on client accounts. Read more
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Cbus moves to TAL

Industry fund Cbus has moved to TAL for its group life insurance offering following board approval. Read more

Qld advice group makes changes following ASIC concerns

Brisbane-based Sentinel Private Wealth has had conditions added to its licence after concerns were raised by ASIC around its ability to meet its compliance obligations. Read more
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Planning group launches financial literacy scheme for employers

A Sydney-based financial planning group has launched an employee benefits scheme to lift employee financial literacy with connections through to advice intermediaries. Read more

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Spotting the bull in China equities

It is no longer about whether investors are comfortable with investing in China but about how they actively manage their exposures to make use of Chinese reforms going forward, writes Jonathan Wu. Read more
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Once more into the breach

Mike Taylor writes that the reporting of breaches needs to be accepted as not only a legal obligation but part and parcel of running a financial services company. Read more
 
 
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