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One of the Biggest Dangers Retirees Face – Sequencing Risk

Any adviser who had retired clients invested around the time of the GFC can provide testament as to just how critical the timing of market falls is in determining future wealth. Read more

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Is wealth paying dividends for banks?

New analysis of bank annual results questions whether they are getting an appropriate return on their investment in wealth management. Read more

AMP further commits to SMSF space

AMP ups its commitment to the SMSF space by taking 100 per cent of SuperIQ and SuperCorp. Read more

Super in PPL needed, says FPA

The time to introduce the superannuation component of the Paid Parental Leave scheme is now, the FPA believes. Read more

Australian asset managers show strong performance

Macquarie Group remains Australia’s largest asset manager, as the nation’s top 20 managers outperform the global average, research reveals. Read more

Class loses largest client in acquisition deal

Following the cancellation of a licence agreement with its largest customer, Class Limited has been forced to lodge a supplementary prospectus with ASIC for an IPO of ordinary shares and the company's listing on the ASX. Read more

Fiducian expands Tasmanian presence

Fiducian makes Tasmanian acquisition to add to existing financial planning practice. Read more

Replace inefficient insurance taxes: ICA

If state and territory governments replaced inefficient stamp duties on insurance policies, the national economy could be boosted by $575 million, says the ICA. Read more

OCM fined over misleading advertising

Australian financial services licensee, Online Capital Markets, has paid $30,600 in penalties after receiving three infringement notices from ASIC for misleading online advertising. Read more

Enzumo enters agreement to buy Chant West

Fintech provider, Enzumo, is seeking shareholder support for its $9.5 million deal to acquire superannuation research house, Chant West. Read more

Expert Analysis

Want a policy change? Change the Senate

The Prime Ministership may have changed hands but the make-up of the Senate has not and the financial services industry should expect slow progress on any Government legislative change which is opposed by the major industry superannuation funds. Read more

When balance is needed on EDR

If planners and licensees are asked to cede ground on the monetary and time limits which apply to FOS claims, then consequent FOS decisions must be laid open to appeals, Mike Taylor writes. Read more


Fragmentation of advice sector to open doors for boutiques

Boutique fund managers are set to benefit from fragmentation of the advice sector, with advisers breaking away from aligned groups to offer greater variety to clients. Read more

Building a boutique not without challenges

Success does not come easily to boutique fund managers who have to jump several hurdles to find their way onto advisers’ approved product lists. Read more


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