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Couples need to talk money
HARRISON WORLEY  |  WEDNESDAY, 13 MAR 2019
New research from Westpac shows couples are struggling to discuss their financial matters. Westpac's Finance and Separation report shows that choosing to avoid discussions about their finances is a recurring theme among couples who have - or are ...
Rice Warner predicts super fee-hike
HARRISON WORLEY  |  TUESDAY, 12 MAR 2019
Rice Warner is predicting Productivity Commission recommendations aimed to curb the number of individual superannuation accounts will impact super funds to the tune of $350 million. The researcher believes the number of superannuation accounts in ...
Banks, ASIC still at war over fees-for-no-service
HARRISON WORLEY  |  TUESDAY, 12 MAR 2019
ASIC's fee-for-no-service report card shows the regulator and some financial advice licensees still have fundamentally different views on what constitutes a fee-worthy service. ASIC's fees-for-no-service further review report card has shone light ...
Clayton Utz finally hands AMP notes to ASIC
HARRISON WORLEY  |  MONDAY, 11 MAR 2019
ASIC has struck a major blow in its court battle with AMP over the wealth manager's fee-for-no-service issues. The corporate regulator was handed internal file notes from law firm Clayton Utz last week, which relate to the firm's interviews ...
Amendments to retirement income law assent
HARRISON WORLEY  |  MONDAY, 11 MAR 2019
A bill amending retirement income legislation is now law, with several changes made to the legislative framework surrounding retirement income and social security receiving Royal Assent late last week. The Social Services and Other Legislation ...
ASIC scolds banks over fee-for-no-service delays
HARRISON WORLEY  |  MONDAY, 11 MAR 2019
Australia's major financial services institutions are taking too long to remediate customers over their fee-for-no-service issues and ASIC is not pleased. The corporate regulator released an update to the "further review" programs currently ...
NZ Super makes transparency play
HARRISON WORLEY  |  MONDAY, 11 MAR 2019
The New Zealand government's retirement savings vehicle has established a platform to record its votes at listed company AGMs. NZ Super Fund will allow stakeholders to search its voting data by country and company, down to individual resolutions ...
Slow but steady: SMSF growth continues
HARRISON WORLEY  |  MONDAY, 11 MAR 2019
The flow of retirement savings from superannuation funds to the self-managed sector continues. But is the river drying up? Rainmaker analysis of APRA data shows total net flows between APRA-regulated super funds and self-managed super funds has ...
Sole purpose test divides industry
HARRISON WORLEY  |  MONDAY, 11 MAR 2019
A promotional offer to members of a super fund exposed the grey areas of superannuation regulation, as the industry debates whether bonus frequent flyer points schemes breach the sole purpose test. AustralianSuper is currently offering 20,000 ...
Financial concerns drive women to online investing
HARRISON WORLEY  |  FRIDAY, 8 MAR 2019
Women are more concerned about their financial future than men, while the number of women investing online has almost doubled in the last five years. On International Women's Day, Investment Trends research that shows about 150,000 women are using ...
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