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Will planners get advisory council voice?

  Nov 17, 2015 

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Will planners gain voice in advising Government?

The Federal Government intends reconstituting the Financial Sector Advisory Council but will planners get a voice? Read more

Macquarie looking for planning firm insights

Macquarie wants planning and accounting firms to provide benchmarks across fees, remuneration structures and retention strategies. Read more

Investors look globally for returns

CommSec has reported a sharp increase in demand for foreign owned shares, as investors seek to reduce their exposure to the local share market. Read more

Individual investors to shape asset management

Individual investors will increasingly influence global asset management in the next decade rather than institutions. Read more

SMSF trustees opt for higher returns with direct property

Increasing numbers of SMSF trustees are turning to direct property investments offering yields of more than twice those available through term deposits, Charter Hall reveals. Read more

17% increase of Singaporean HNWIs

Singapore’s millionaire population will reach 188,000 in 2020 off the back of its financial market and private banking, according to WealthInsight. Read more

RBA Governor Stevens to address business economists

Reserve Bank Governor, Glenn Stevens, will address key Australian Business Economists event. Read more


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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

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

Expert Analysis

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


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