SMSFs more sensitive to advice fees: reportBY JOHN MCDULING | TUESDAY, 5 OCT 2010 12:55PM
The global financial crisis has made self-managed super fund (SMSF) trustees more sensitive to fees, with 15 per cent of those surveyed in a new Investment Trends research expecting to pay less to access financial advice.
A former Australian Wallabies captain will lead Stockspot's new partnership strategy on a consultative basis, with financial advisers and accountants firmly in his sights.
A Royal Commission into the financial services sector is unnecessary given the amount of substantial reforms and remediation the industry has already undertaken, the Financial Services Council said.
While the financial services industry has taken commendable steps in restoring consumers' trust and confidence, it is still not free from the threat of a public inquiry like the banking sector is currently facing.
A former National Australia Bank executive has joined Equity Trustees as its new general manager of charitable trusts and philanthropy.
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