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Proposed ASIC class order changes to fees and costs disclosure are so opaque one industry group has called for whiteboards and an industry roundtable to dissect them. Read more
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TAL puts a premium on obesity

With the prevalence of obesity rising rapidly, TAL has adjusted its BMI calculation loadings to price risk more accurately. Read more

Lack of will stymying funds management expansion

Australia’s funds management sector will not be able to expand into Asia without more political drive and a reconsideration of investment vehicle structures. Read more
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Decline in dollar hits Chinese investors

Currency fluctuations are hitting Chinese investors hard, with 30 per cent wiped off their Australian investments due to the declining dollar. Read more

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Robo-advice will change the face of financial services across Asia-Pacific by giving opportunities to underbanked markets, according to online investment adviser Stockspot chief executive. Read more
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Capitalising on strengths

An increasingly wealthy Asia will be looking for investment opportunities in Australia and fund managers need to do more to have their investment products accepted in other regions, Harvey H Kalman writes. Read more
 
 
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