The industry has an opportunity to reduce the cost of advice and to make the process more efficient and profitable...
Nine of Perpetual’s fixed income funds will have their management fees reduced from 1 October, 2020.
The question is being asked about whether advisers will vote with their feet or look to self-licensing as they...
RARE Infrastructure has reduced fees on its suite of global infrastructure funds including removing performance...
State Street has reduced the fees on its flagship Australian and global equity funds in order to best offer value...
The firm is reducing its management fees across 16 funds in October to ensure its fee levels are competitive.
Franklin Templeton will cut management fees on six of its funds from 1 July, 2020, in order to ‘deliver better...
Australian active managers need to adapt to changing consumer demands which are driven by a shift to global...
Global asset manager GQG Partners has reduced the management fee on both of its equity funds as the company has...
T. Rowe Price has announced it has lowered the fee structure for its flagship Australian Unit Trust – Global...
Advisers receiving asset-based fees have ‘skin in the game’ which is important at time such as the current market...
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has pointed to hundreds of millions earned by stockbrokers,...
Adviser fees need to be standardised and automated and this could be done via blockchain, IRESS believes.
The list will be available on its Wrap and Navigator platforms for a fee for $260 per annum.
One of the last remaining vestiges of commission-based remuneration, stamping fees, should be removed, according...
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