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While Kelly O’Dwyer has succeeded Josh Frydenberg as Assistant Treasurer most of the key advisory personnel are expected to remain in place. Read more
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Accountant’s ban cut by two years

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The Government’s proposal to reduce the penalty for late SG payments will dilute consumer protection, according to AIST. Read more

Advisers urged to lobby against clawback

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Reasonable returns predicted for emerging markets

Despite ongoing volatility spooking investors and anticipated periodic selloffs, emerging markets are still expected to give reasonable returns, according to Lonsec. Read more

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