Financial Standard is a unique publication in the financial services sector with an audience reach covering the institutional and wholesale (intermediated) markets. It is mandatory reading for professionals in the industry who want to keep their finger on the pulse, including:
Self-managed super fund investors
Custodians and other third party service providers
Financial Standard a multi-dimensional approach to advertising which includes print, apps, mobile, digital and video.
Financial Standard goes beyond the headlines to address the real issues for today's financial services professional.
Acknowledged by wealth management marketers as the most effective offering in the sector.
Printed newspaper delivered fortnightly to over 13,000 readers
Year-on-year provides the highest reach subscribers and opening rates (More than 23,000 online subscribers as at January 2016 with a maximum newsletter open rate of 72%).
Has consistently lead the way in innovative use of the sites having pioneered sponsored content, promotional pointers, dedicated microsites and video.
Financial Standard regularly hosts roundtables, breakfast events, industry awards, investment roadshows and professional development programs for institutional investors and financial advisers.
Insurance in superannuation is now opt-in only for new members under the age of 25 and those with low account balances, after the government's Putting Members' Interest First super reforms passed through the Senate yesterday.
Growing up in Papua New Guinea, the difficult transition back to life in the developed world opened Christian Super chief investment officer Tim Macready's eyes to the power of investing with purpose. Elizabeth McArthur writes.