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Poorest performing funds named and shamed

  Nov 16, 2015 

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Report exposes ‘Fat Cat Funds’

Report names poorest and best performing managed investment and superannuation funds. Read more

Many SOAs lose sight of best interests

A new e-book analysing mistakes within SOAs identifies failings around identifying what is really in a client’s best interests. Read more

SMSFs need advice to move away from cash

Despite willingness from SMSF trustees to move from cash to other global investment options, lack of financial advice and education was preventing them from doing so. Read more

‘Repeal Day’ SG reforms to reduce penalties for late payments

Employers who inadvertently pay SG contributions late, or short-pay by a small amount, will face smaller penalties under legislation proposed by the Government. Read more

ASIC admonishes ACM parent company

Australian Capital Markets' parent company, Formax International, gets rap over knuckles from ASIC over misleading interpretation of ACM AFSL suspension. Read more

Investors warned on bank exposures

Australian investors have been warned on too much exposure to the banks, irrespective of their dividends. Read more

ASIC proposes to raise horse racing syndicate investment to $50K

ASIC has consulted on addressing ‘sunsetting’ class orders on horse racing syndicates and horse breeding schemes. Read more

Private equity and venture capital fundraising second highest in eight years

Sovereign wealth funds now contribute 26 per cent of total new fundraising, beating super funds and other investor types, according to a report. Read more

Expert Analysis

Meeting unmet demand for advice

New research has confirmed substantial unmet demand for good and independent financial advice which the banks may not be able to deliver. 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


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

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


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