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APPOINTMENT NEWS

Elders recruits ex-Hillross adviser

19-Sep-2017

Elders Financial Planning (EFP) has on-boarded its nineteenth practice, adding former Hillross Launceston adviser Wayne Fenton to the group Fenton will play a key role in Elders’ newly established Launces.. Read More

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TECHNOLOGY NEWS

Temenos opens Australian branch

22-Sep-2017

Financial services software provider Temenos has officially launched its $68m million investment in the Australian market, with the company saying its break into the sector came as a result of an iconic marketing cam.. Read More

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SUPERANNUATION NEWS

MyRetirement needs pension test exemptions

21-Sep-2017

The Actuaries Institute has urged the federal government to examine how retirement income products are viewed under the means tests for the age pension as the super industry moves ahead with the forthcoming MyRetire.. Read More

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FINANCIAL PLANNING NEWS

Opinion – Smooth seas never made a skilled sailor

22-Sep-2017

The low level of volatility in equity markets is being interpreted by some as a sign of investor complacency that will lead to eventual market collapse. Extended periods of low volatility are not abnormal and can per.. Read More

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INVESTMENT NEWS

Opinion – Smooth seas never made a skilled sailor

22-Sep-2017

The low level of volatility in equity markets is being interpreted by some as a sign of investor complacency that will lead to eventual market collapse. Extended periods of low volatility are not abnormal and can per.. Read More

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ACCOUNTING NEWS

Access at heart of fixing broken advice model

07-Sep-2017

The contemporary model for advice accessibility was “broken”, meaning financial planners must look for new opportunities to reach the broader pool of unadvised Australians, according to fintech start-up N.. Read More

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INSURANCE NEWS

CBA offloads CommInsure

22-Sep-2017

The Commonwealth Bank of Australian (CBA) has divested its life insurance businesses CommInsure and Sovereign (New Zealand) to AIA Group for $3.8 billion. The sale of CommInsure and Sovereign included a 20-year .. Read More

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