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Fund Manager of the Year Nominations 2015
Industry funds have been around since the earliest days of superannuation but in recent years have moved into providing advice and banking services bringing them head to head with planners who feel
Given today’s increasing complex marketplace, we would like your thoughts on what the major risks are that you see for our industry, your business and yourself for 2015.
Industry Super Australia chief executive, David Whiteley, points to inequities and cost of super tax concessions to high net worths.
Fiducian posts solid first half and flags further planner growth.
Documents used to condemn NAB Wealth’s handling of advisers actually provided proof of how it was moving to upgrade compliance amid the fallout from CBA.
Money Management roundtable points to value of banks adhering to code of conduct on LRBAs.
The number of investors in the potential class action against Sandhurst Trustees may balloon out to 180 as lawyers continue to seek information from affected investors.
Tax rules need to be reformed to enable consumers claim for all the costs associated with developing a financial plan, and produce long-term economic benefits, the IPA believes.
SPAA’s Graeme Colley claims ATO data does not support suggestions young people are rushing to set up SMSFs.
With the increased scrutiny of self-managed super funds (SMSF) from the regulator, the soon-to-be-introduced penalty regime for trustees and the increasing diligence of SMSF auditors, the time must
SPAA has used its submission to the Financial Systems Inquiry to restate its claim that SMSFs are appropriately regulated.
Mercer has developed a tool it claims will help super fund members determine if they're on track for a comfortable retirement.
Magellan Financial Group has launched an ASX quoted version of its leading global equity fund and will offer it to the planners as an exchange traded managed fund.
Hedge fund veteran Neil Power to head Blue Sky hedge fund division.
AXA IM signs license agreement with Simcorp.
Bravura extends APAC team and moves into larger NZ offices.