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Treasurer commits to improve after-fee super returns
By Darren Snyder  |  In Superannuation
11:52 am
Fri, 27 Nov
ASFA reshuffles board
By Laura Millan  |  In Executive Appointments
1:00 pm
Fri, 27 Nov
Towers Watson and Colonial First State executives have been appointed to the board of the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA). Read more
APRA appoints deputy chair
By Alex Burke  |  In Executive Appointments, Regulatory
1:02 pm
Fri, 27 Nov
APRA has appointed a new deputy chair. Read more
Fiducian updates planner software
By Laura Millan  |  In Technology
1:03 pm
Fri, 27 Nov
Fiducian has updated its software so advisers can track the progress of their client transactions, as well as correspond with them online. Read more
Aged care, gold opportunity for advisers
By Laura Millan  |  In Financial Planning
1:01 pm
Fri, 27 Nov
More than half of the people who need to deal with aged care management find it either "somewhat" or "very difficult," an attitude that creates a gold opportunity for advisers to help their clients. Read more
Zurich restructures retail life insurance
By Alex Burke  |  In Financial Planning, Insurance
1:01 pm
Fri, 27 Nov
Zurich has restructured its retail life insurance services, including reducing term and total and permanent disablement rates. Read more
Governance becoming key investor concern
By Alex Burke  |  In Investment
12:59 pm
Fri, 27 Nov
Corporate governance is becoming a key differentiator for investors, according to Aberdeen Asset Management. Read more
CIPRs not the entire answer for retirement
By Darren Snyder  |  In Superannuation
11:34 am
Fri, 27 Nov
The proposal for superannuation funds to have a comprehensive income product for retirement (CIPR) has experts cautious about defaulting members at a time when individual retirement solutions are most needed. Read more
December moves
By Benjamin Ong  |  In Economics, Family Office, Financial Planning, General, Investment, SMSF, Superannuation
9:48 am
Fri, 27 Nov
The Japanese central bank had been expected to expand its QQE measures as early last month. It hasn't. Read more
Robo-advice to drive down advice fees
By Alex Burke  |  In Financial Planning
12:35 pm
Thu, 26 Nov
The proliferation of robo-advice services will likely drive down financial advice fees in general, FinaMetrica co-founder Paul Resnik warned. Read more
GE Capital to exit Australia
By Alex Burke  |  In Insurance, Investment
12:33 pm
Thu, 26 Nov
GE Capital, the financial services arm of General Electric, will fully exit the Australian region. Read more
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