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Tax concession debate "simplistic": SMSF Association
By Mark Smith  |  In SMSF, Superannuation
12:35 pm
JPMorgan appoints investment banking vice chairman
By Laura Millan  |  In Executive Appointments, Investment
12:20 pm
J.P. Morgan has appointed a vice chairman of global investment banking for Australia and New Zealand, reporting to head of investment banking Grant Dempsey. Read more
Advisers scramble to gather ASIC register data
By Laura Millan  |  In Financial Planning
12:05 pm
Financial advisers and dealer groups are in "a scramble to be ready" for the March 31 deadline to submit information to the public register of financial advisers, Veda head of wealth Mark Hoven said. Read more
Law should stop banks "bundling" super: ISA
By Alex Burke  |  In Regulatory, Superannuation
11:30 am
Industry Super Australia (ISA) has denounced banks offering employers incentives to "bundle" super with business banking and insurance services. Read more
Borrowing magnifies risk: David Murray
By Alex Burke  |  In Regulatory, Superannuation
12:25 pm
FSI chair and former CBA chief executive David Murray clarified his position on borrowing in super at the Switzer Leadership Lunch in Sydney. Read more
Government seeks further Asia Funds Passport consultation
By Mark Smith  |  In General, Investment
12:35 pm
The government has released a consultation paper on the rules and operational arrangement for the Asia Region Funds Passport. Read more
Millionaire investors swell in 2014
By Laura Millan  |  In Family Office
12:05 pm
The number of investors holding $1 million or more has experienced the largest growth in the past five years, Investment Trends' latest report revealed. Read more
OneVue's platform FUA rise 45%
By Laura Millan  |  In Technology
12:05 pm
OneVue funds under administration (FUA) in platform services rose 45% to $2.82 billion during the six months to December 2014 on the back of the Select Investment Partners acquisition. Read more
Rubik segment profits hit by business acquisition costs
By Alex Burke  |  In Investment
11:55 am
Wealth management software provider Rubik Financial Limited saw segment profits fall by 34% to $4.1 million in the half-year to 31 December 2014. Read more
Fight or be beggared by the neighbours
By Benjamin Ong  |  In Economics
10:20 am
'Tis so because the RBA must counter the Fed's counter move delivered on 23-24 Feb when Yellen told the Senate and then Congress that she'll remain "patient" for a little while longer. You think Janet's ... Read more
Market wrap
By AAP  |  In Economics
12:40 pm
The share market is higher as miners benefit from a surprise cut to interest rates in China. Read more
Market Wrap AM
By AAP  |  In Economics
9:10 am
The Australian market looks set to open flat after Wall Street fell modestly following a new estimate of fourth-quarter US economic growth that came in better than expected. Read more
Market wrap
By AAP  |  In Economics
12:35 pm
Fri, 27 Feb
The market has opened weaker, dragged down by losses in the energy sector and a dismal Woolworths half yearly result. Read more
2014 IPO rally delivered volatility, low returns
By Laura Millan  |  In Investment
12:30 pm
Fri, 27 Feb
Less than half of the initial public offerings (IPO) launched over the past year delivered positive returns in their first month and volatility was higher than for ASX20 stocks, according to figures from ... Read more
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