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ASIC releases licence approval numbers

 
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ASIC releases licence approval numbers

ASIC received 970 AFSL applications during the January-June period, with nine licences suspended and a further 98 cancelled. Read more

AZ NGA continues buying spree

AZ Next Generation Advisory, has announced its fourth acquisition in five months, bringing its total assets under management to $1 billion. Read more
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ASIC accepts EUs from former AMP representatives

ASIC has accepted an EU from a former Millennium3 representative, and an AMP representative father-son duo following concerns over their compliance with the law. Read more

Corporate activity in Asia good source of alternatives

Shifts in the corporate landscape are creating good sources of alternative investments, according to a boutique fund manager working in the region. Read more
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Insurance adviser banned for three years

ASIC has banned a life insurance adviser for three years after he did not meet adviser standards expected and failed to comply with financial services law. Read more

Due diligence important for foreign investment

ChAFTA has opened the flood gates for Chinese investments and due diligence has become more relevant, according to a risk solutions firm. Read more
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Rise of fintechs will reduce incumbents’ market share

Shifting customer preferences and a changing regulatory landscape could significantly reduce market share for financial services incumbents, according to Deloitte. Read more

Features

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

When regulatory change goes too far

ASIC chairman, Greg Medcraft, will leave a legacy of significant change, but product intervention powers and a user-pays regime might ultimately prove problematic. 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

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

Editorial

Education and equal pay the answer

The inaugural Money Management Women’s Wealth event pointed to equal pay and financial literacy as being two key pillars for achieving equity in women’s wealth accumulation. Read more

APRA – Compare the Pair funding was fair

The industry funds’ “compare the pair” advertising campaign was the catalyst for removal of commissions and, as Mike Taylor writes, the advent of FOFA and now its underlying funding model… Read more
 
 
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