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The former NSW Premier will replace Will Hodgman who will step down as inaugural chair of the Australian Business Growth Fund chair....

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Financial planning

High net worth individuals looking to leave Hong Kong due to political tensions could bring long-term economic benefits to Australia....

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Financial planning

As many as one-in-six small-to-medium sized enterprises could close as a result of the economic downturn during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Ruthven Institute....

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Financial planning

Analysis from AMP Capital shows consumer confidence is back to pre-COVID levels, but not yet to its historical peak....

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Life/Risk

According to analysis from Honan Insurance Group, this year will again be challenging for businesses seeking insurance cover....

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Expert Analysis

Julian Morrison explores how focusing on valuing individual businesses and investing when they are undervalued could lead to better results than sticking to the tradition...

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Financial planning

ANZ has continued to move away from retail business in Asia and announced it has finalised the sale of six Asian retail and wealth businesses. ...

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Financial planning

While advisers may want to switch platforms, a practice’s choice of platform relies on the relationship with the BDM....

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Features

Lawrence Lam looks at why investors should start searching for companies that are founder-led....

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News

IRESS has executed a $90 milliion acquisition of Financial Synergy, which it said would complement the firm's existing capabilities. ...

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Financial planning

Law changes incentivise Australians to declare bankruptcy as the new law would reduce the default period from three years to 12 months, according to personal insolvency e...

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Financial planning

Close to two-thirds of advisers who plan to step down over the coming decade have no succession plan in place, research reveals....

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Financial planning

Investors who back start-ups in their infancy will receive tax breaks under crowd-funding legislation proposed by the Government....

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Funds management

Despite a rise in business confidence following the Government’s leadership change, confidence declined during the last two months of 2015, according to Roy Morgan Resear...

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Financial planning

ChAFTA has opened the flood gates for Chinese investments and due diligence has become more relevant, according to a risk solutions firm....

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