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Australian investors are diversifying their investments globally. Jon Howie, Head of iShares Australia, discusses how international ETFs can assist advisers to achieve better outcomes for their clients. Read more

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Will Royal Commission impact industry fund boards?

A Government Senator has questioned whether if a union is deregistered its nominees can continue to serve on industry super fund boards. Read more

Accountants told to dive into advice pool

Count Financial tells accountants they are trusted by clients and therefore need to understand the size of the advice pool. Read more

Advisers need to prepare for multi-trillion dollar wealth migration: SSGA

Advisers will have a crucial role in facilitating the transfer for trillions of dollars between baby boomers and their heirs, research reveals. Read more

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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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SMSF set-up business penalised $25,000

The Federal Court has imposed a $25,000 penalty on Superannuation Warehouse Australia following ASIC action over false and misleading advertising. Read more

Turnbull Govt gives some hope

Australian CFO confidence has dropped off the back of China’s falling growth, but the change in Prime Ministership has helped temper China concerns, according to Deloitte. Read more

AdviserLogic launches API for greater integration

AdviserLogic, has published its application programming interface to enable greater software integration with third-party applications. Read more

Family affair as Fennings join Fortnum

Former Shadforth chief executive, Tony Fenning, and his son Matthew, are to bring their wealth of industry experience to the Fortnum Financial Group. Read more

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War and terrorism exclusion clauses

War and terrorism exclusions are not present in all policies but their presence is inconsistent. Col Fullagar highlights the need for advisers to be diligent in spotting exclusion clauses for specific clients. Read more

Looking through the LRBA window

With the look through tax treatment for LRBAs now in effect, superannuation funds will now be treated as the asset owner for income tax and capital gains purposes, Michael Hallinan 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

The gender card in retirement

Women are still playing catch-up to men when it comes to retirement income and it is seemingly not getting any easier. Jassmyn Goh finds out what can help half the population close this gap for a better retirement. Read more



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