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Financial planning

Liberal senator Slade Brockman has said the government needs to have a “cold hard look” at the level of regulation in the financial advice space and the costs of running ...

Features

With a raft of Treasury consultations announced last year, Money Management examines their progress through Parliament and which could pass this year. ...

Funds management

As E&P appoints a new chief executive and the government brings in the CSLR that should help affected consumers, Money Management has collated a timeline of events at the...

Policy & Regulation

Redesigning the Stage 3 tax cuts and increasing the age to access super by five years are among the suggestions from the Grattan Institute to boost revenue. ...

Policy & Regulation

ASIC has increased the number of staff dedicated to cryptocurrency, despite it being unregulated, as high-profile collapses like FTX highlight the dangers of the asset cl...

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Funds management

Treasurer Jim Chalmers has warned inflation in Australia “will be worse before it gets better”....

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Financial planning

Research from Barclays shows the possibility of a minority government occurring following this week’s election, an outcome that would bring risk to Australian markets....

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Superannuation

Liberal MP, Jason Falinski, has used a superannuation Parliamentary hearing to ask why QSuper failed to notify its members of changes to its deed structure following cour...

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Financial planning

ACSI is pleased to see the Senate block reforms to proxy advice saying the system had already been working well to deliver quality advice that supports investors and mill...

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Financial planning

Following months of discussion and consultation, Treasury has released its final report into the Retirement Income Covenant, stating it is confident superannuation truste...

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Superannuation

Pushing matters such as superannuation for housing detracted the Government from serious financial issues during the pandemic, according to Stephen Jones. ...

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Financial planning

CHOICE is calling for an industry-funded compensation scheme of last resort to include investment managers, as cases such as the Sterling Group collapse has caused homele...

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Superannuation

The prudential regulator has been probed by Senator Andrew Bragg as to whether investments into Industry Super Holdings count as marketing given that it indirectly funds ...

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Financial planning

Liberal members Jason Falinski and Tim Wilson have concluded the corporate regulator and industry super funds are beneficiaries of Australians being unable to access fina...

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Financial planning

A 100-page statement of advice to satisfy lawyers has been branded as ‘absurd’ from a parliamentarian....

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adviser losses will be less severe in 2024, yes because there are next to none left. ...

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What does he do after three years???.He sits FEW EXAMS GETS THEM RIGHT ONCE and he can apply again promising to be a go...

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Ross Smith

I have been making this advocation for more than 10 years, that banning a financial adviser like this is hopeless like a...

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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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