Moving to a new era

27 June 2022
| By Laura Dew |
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After 35 years, Money Management has published its final print edition.

Launched in 1987 by Sunrise host David Koch, the magazine has been the pre-eminent publication for financial advisers and wealth managers ever since.

Not only has there been the magazine, the brand also expanded to include websites, newsletters, awards such as the prestigious Fund Manager of the Year and conferences such as Platform & Wraps as well as the Super Review publication launched a year later.

No-one could argue that financial services is the same as it was in 1987 with the Hayne Royal Commission going a long way to making changes in the space, for better or worse. And no matter what industry challenge has presented itself, our magazine has been alongside advisers, informing and representing our audience on the things that matter.

But as the financial services industry changes, so does the journalism landscape, and so we are looking forward to working with readers in a completely digital format going forward.

This will enable to us to provide content for readers unconstrained by print deadlines or page counts and cover all the latest news in a timely fashion. Some familiar features such as InFocus will still run online and we will also be developing new features for this online format.

And what better time to make some changes than in 2022, an auspicious year with developments such as the Quality of Advice Review and the Australian Law Reform Commission’s (ALRC) financial legislation inquiry reshaping financial services. We hope, as many of our readers do, that positive steps can be made following a four-year period of exams and compliance uncertainty.

Our thanks goes to all former editors, journalists and Money Management staff for their work on the print publication over the last 35 years and we hope you will follow us on our digital journey on the Money Management website, we look forward to seeing you there.

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