EDITORIAL

Editorial

2022 has been a unique year where advisers have been able to share their views and thoughts on how the industry should be shaped going forward....

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After 35 years, Money Management has published its final print edition. ...

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Research has found advisers are currently unable to cover the cost of producing comprehensive advice despite charging already high fees and the Government needs to create...

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The ‘pass’ or ‘fail’ mark of a superannuation fund can be construed as a rubber stamp of approval or disapproval from the Government so it is on them, along with super fu...

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Any further requirements by the Government for the financial advice sector to lift standards could lead to advisers and potential graduate entrants moving the occupation ...

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While the extension provides some leeway for advisers who have not passed the Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority exam this year, clarity is needed on whethe...

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If the Government wants the industry to pay for a compensation scheme of last resort then it needs to review and remove many other regulatory costs, starting with profess...

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The consultation around the Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority code of ethics must end and the Government must put a definitive timetable on the establishme...

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The banks are out, scores of advisers are heading for the exits and it is time for Governments to stand back and let the financial planning industry succeed. ...

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As more advisers leave the industry and the cost of financial advice delivery rises, superannuation funds are destined to play a greater role. These circumstances make it...

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As MLC advisers contemplate their migration to working under IOOF licenses, they might consider how different the story would be if they were individually licensed....

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By the time Australia kicks off 2021, many more businesses will be closed and many more people will be officially unemployed, as opposed to the synthetic unemployment rat...

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Many things have changed in the Australian life insurance industry since the Life Insurance Framework was put in place meaning that the Australian Securities and Investme...

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As the Government seeks to pull the Australian economy out of recession it should silence those on its backbench who are undermining confidence in the superannuation regi...

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Regular Parliamentary Committee scrutiny of the Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority may have helped win the adviser support it so badly needs....

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