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|Australian Unity will acquire a Netwealth financial advice firm with $550 million in funds under advice.|
|Philanthropy is becoming part of the conversation between financial advisers and clients as it's an area increasingly accessible to middle Australians, an estate planning expert says.|
|Australian Unity streamlined its business, including changes to management, as part of a transformation program to capitalise on its growth and to better meet customer needs.|
|Three initiatives - including an acquisition, the launch of a new business and a deal with the Queensland government - played a key role in Australian Unity's growth over the 2017 financial year, according to managing director Rohan Mead.|
|Australian Unity's newly-formed trustee business is welcoming the appointment of a general manager.|
|Marking the first trustee financial services licence issued in more than two decades, Australian Unity has launched its trustee services business.|
|The Queensland Government has confirmed Australian Unity as the preferred tenderer for the $1.1 billion Herston Quarter project in Brisbane.|
|Platypus Asset Management's co-founder and chief investment officer has announced he will step away from his investment and management responsibilities due to health reasons.|
|Australian Unity has reported an 18.2% rise in net profit to $14.2 million in its interim 2016 financial results.|
|Superannuation contributions should be used to help pay spiralling health care costs, the Committee for the Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) said in a recent report.|
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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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