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|Connect Financial Service Brokers chief executive Paul Tynan believes if the Royal Commission has made anything clear, it's that ASIC is in the dark about how to police financial advice misconduct.|
|The number of advisers using non-institutional licensees increased by 11.9% in the 12 months to December 2017, while institutionally-owned licensees saw adviser numbers fall by 4.4%.|
|About one in 10 financial advisers swapped their licensee in 2016-17 - and 56% of these either stayed in or migrated to non-institutional options, according to Rainmaker research.|
|The era of new business models and increasing education debt will see new financial planners begin their careers in salaried positions and place existing advisers' exit strategies at risk.|
|Numerous financial advisers are resisting change and not doing enough to increase the value of their practice when the time calls for a successful exit and comfortable retirement.|
|Financial planning and accounting businesses are all too regularly ignoring the need for quality exit and succession plans, according to chief executive of Connect Financial Service Brokers, Paul Tynan.|
|There are still far more buyers than sellers for financial planning businesses due to 85% of licensees being controlled by six institutions, according to Connect Financial Service Brokers chief executive Paul Tynan.|
|Accountants should be careful in choosing the right licensee if they want to continue providing SMSF advice from July 1, according to Connect Financial Service Brokers chief executive Paul Tynan.|
|An advice business broker and industry commentator has asked the two peak associations representing financial advisers to set aside differences and merge into a single body.|
|Advice practice owners should not base their succession strategy on potential economic tailwinds or favourable regulatory outcomes, according to Connect Financial Service Brokers chief executive Paul Tynan.|
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In light of the Royal Commission, the Turnbull Government has increased criminal and civil penalties for corporate misconduct and boosted ASIC's surveillance powers.
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Powerwrap has confirmed it recently completed a pre-IPO capital raise to the tune of $7.5 million.
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Two Blue Sky funds have been rated "unapproved" and "low investment grade" by SQM Research after the manager conceded it had fallen short of shareholder expectations.
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The financial advice industry is grappling with a sales culture mentality and is only at the "cusp" of being a "true profession," this morning's session of the Royal Commission has revealed.
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