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Low accountant licence take-ups ‘astounding’

The low take-up of limited licences suggested accountants were not realising their advising rights were being snatched by legislation. Read more

Funds passport can add $100 billion to Australian sector

The Asian Funds Passport has the potential to add $100 billion to the local funds management sector but some changes are still required, according to the head of Nikko Asset Management. Read more
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Wealth management sector to benefit from ChAFTA

Australia’s wealth management industry is set to become ‘supercharged’ by virtue of the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement, Assistant Treasurer, Josh Frydenberg, believes. Read more

Growth assets struggling

Both superannuation and institutional sectors found August a tough month thanks to all asset classes generating negative returns, according to Morningstar. Read more
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BT responds to mobility demands

In a bid to transform the way advisers manage their wealth portfolios BT Financial Group has unveiled the latest iteration of its Panorama mobile app. Read more

Claims handling key to group sustainability

New research confirms that the way income protection and TPD claims are handled are crucial to long-term outcomes. Read more
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AIOFP ‘unity ticket’ call ignored by FPA and AFA

The AIOFP has been rebuffed by the FPA and AFA in its efforts to present a ‘united front’ on the Life Insurance Framework. Read more

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Asian dragon lost its fire? – Asian Equities

Investors deterred by the current headlines around China have been given one piece of advice – keep calm and think long term. Read more
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Re-kindling the investment bond

Investment bonds have not been front of mind for many advisers in the past 20 years but are slowly coming back into vogue. Jassmyn Goh finds out what has changed. Read more

Expert Analysis

Funding retirement warrants some investing

Rob Hay looks at how using ASX-listed self-funding instalment warrants could help pre-retirees build a tidy nest egg in a low interest rate environment. Read more
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Advice impacts of relationship breakdown

Financial planners play a vital role for clients during a relationship breakdown, and they must join hands with legal and tax advisers, Catherine Chivers writes. Read more

Editorial

Bipartisanship needed on women’s wealth

Closing the gap with respect to women’s retirement incomes is a challenge best surmounted via a political unity ticket. Read more
 
 
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