LAW FIRMS

Financial planning

Financial services class actions are firmly back on the agenda after a ‘brief reprieve’ in recent years, reporting a 69 per cent rise in 2023, with crypto and ESG matters...

Financial planning

Caving to the demands of the US Chamber of Commerce to restrict Australian class action funding may deprive regular Australians of access to justice, according to Class A...

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Funds management

The litigation funding market is set to double in the next five years due to rising global demand for class actions. ...

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People & Products

Law firm, Cowell Clarke has strengthened its financial services capabilities in Sydney and Adelaide....

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Life/Risk

The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority has confirmed the advertising campaigns mounted by plaintiff law firms are driving higher insurance claims experience....

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Squeaky'21

My view is that after 2026 there will be quite a bit less than 10,000 'advisers' (investment advisers) and less than 100...

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Jason Warlond

Dugald makes a great point that not everyone's definition of green is the same and gives a good example. Funds have bee...

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Jasmin Jakupovic

How did they get the AFSL in the first place? Given the green light by ASIC. This is terrible example of ASIC's incompet...

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AustralianSuper and Australian Retirement Trust have posted the financial results for the 2022–23 financial year for their combined 5.3 million members....

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A $34 billion fund has come out on top with a 13.3 per cent return in the last 12 months, beating out mega funds like Australian Retirement Trust and Aware Super. ...

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The verdict in the class action case against AMP Financial Planning has been delivered in the Federal Court by Justice Moshinsky....

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