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Are unions blocking super fund mergers for financial gain?

  Oct 02, 2015 


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Are unions blocking fund mergers for financial gain?

The Financial Services Council has claimed that some unions are blocking superannuation fund mergers to protect the revenue they derive from seats on industry fund boards. Read more

FSC wants fewer, larger funds

The FSC is backing further fund consolidation, arguing fewer, larger funds will drive down fees. Read more

Be sceptical of underlying profit results

Investors should look beyond underlying profit results on company annual reports to gauge performance and avoid being misled, William Buck said. Read more

Informed debate key to super reforms: ASFA

Myths surrounding the equity and sustainability of superannuation tax concessions will need to be debunked if there is to be a serious debate about reform, ASFA believes. Read more

Super funds should consider new products

Innovation in the product marketplace means funds need to be able to compare retiree outcomes with products that have diverse features, return drivers, and pay-off profiles. Read more

Strategic beta ETP shows solid growth despite falling AUD: Morningstar

Australia’s strategic beta exchange-traded product market is on the rise despite the weakness of the Australian dollar, according to new findings in a global report by Morningstar. Read more

Licence conditions imposed on TFS

ASIC imposes additional licence conditions on Countplus subsidiary, Total Financial Solutions, after surveillance reveals concerns over conduct of AR. Read more

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Planner numbers settle after turbulent year

Jason Spits writes that both aligned and non-aligned groups are reporting milder changes in their numbers than those seen in the past. Read more

Non-aligned advisers emerge from fog of numbers

AMP and the big four control even less of the wider market than first revealed by Money Management and far short of the 80 per cent ownership figure often spoken about in mainstream media, Jason Spits writes. Read more

Expert Analysis

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

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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