| | FRIDAY, 20 JAN 2017 12:56PMParticipants who complete four new financial planning subjects under a program from Certified Practicing Accountants Australia will have the knowledge requirements to attain RG 146.|
|Two fintech firms have partnered to provide financial advisers with a life insurance software solution.|
|An online advice provider for retirees is attempting to secure funding in order to partner with major financial services institutions.|
|As the buzz around professional standards continues into 2017, financial advisers are increasingly cognisant of higher education being conducive to future success.|
|The Commonwealth Bank has responded to reports by Fairfax claiming a CBA bank teller had provided personal advice to a now-deceased customer.|
|A leading diversified financial services firm will open the doors to its first retail branch today.|
|A Queensland financial advice practice is launching a subsidiary business assisting the elderly transition into aged care.|
|Coinciding with its 70th anniversary, the Association of Financial Advisers launched an initiative to encourage member engagement at the grassroots level.|
|Engaging the next generation and creating awareness of financial planning as a career is crucial to ensuring the future of the industry, according to the Financial Planning Association of Australia.|
|Concern about the national economy is driving a lack of confidence in Australians' ability to achieve greater financial outcomes in 2017.|
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