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No regulating good culture into sector: Byres

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ASIC acknowledges gaps in robo-advice compliance

ASIC chairman, Greg Medcraft says the regulator supports robo-advice but also acknowledges problems such as meeting best interests duty and compensating for bad advice. Read more

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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

Split super to boost age pension?

Anna Mirzoyan asks if the superannuation contribution splitting strategy can improve a member’s future entitlement to the Age Pension. Read more

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