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Economic growth to slow significantly: IGR
By Mark Smith  |  In Economics
12:40 pm
Retail super bounces back
By Staff writer  |  In Superannuation
10:55 am
The SelectingSuper MySuper (ie Workplace) rolling 12 month performance index made a remarkable recovery during January as it surged 320 basis points to reach 11.5%, with retail MySuper products stretching ... Read more
Employers must do more to promote ethical culture
By Mark Smith  |  In Financial Planning, General, Investment, Superannuation
11:50 am
Legislation will not be enough to promote an ethical financial services industry which engenders trust, according to CFA Institute. Read more
Productivity Commission to explore financial services exports
By Mark Smith  |  In General, Investment
11:40 am
The government has announced a Productivity Commission review aimed at boosting Australia's services exports across financial services and other industries. Read more
ECT reforms pass Senate
By Staff writer  |  In Superannuation
11:00 am
The Parliament has passed the latest amendments to the superannuation excess contribution tax (ECT), implementing the final piece of legislation to reform the unpopular tax, says Taxpayers Australia L ... Read more
HLB Mann Judd launches Asia-focused business
By Mark Smith  |  In Family Office, Financial Planning, Investment
11:45 am
HLB Mann Judd has launched a new business targeting Asian investors looking for opportunities in Australia and New Zealand, as well as domestic businesses seeking to expand into the Asian region. Read more
JPM Global Strategic Bond Fund rated by Zenith
By Mark Smith  |  In Investment
11:40 am
JPMorgan's Global Strategic Bond Fund has been awarded a 'Recommended' rating from research house Zenith. Read more
US fiduciary reforms will rock pension funds
By Alex Dunnin  |  In Financial Planning, Investment, Superannuation
11:10 am
US financial advice experts are again warning that proposed requirements to introduce fiduciary obligations on people and entities providing advice will rock the retirement fund sector. Read more
Leveraged Equities shortens name
By Staff writer  |  In Investment
11:50 am
Margin lending firm Leveraged Equities has renamed its business Leveraged, to reflect a broadening of its product range beyond equities. Read more
No board meeting necessary
By Benjamin Ong  |  In Economics
7:35 am
But when it comes to back-to-back surprises, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) takes the gong. Read more
Market wrap PM
By AAP  |  In Economics
11:55 am
The local bourse has opened in the red following losses from market heavyweights BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto. Read more
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