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|The Federal Government has reappointed ASIC's deputy chair and a commissioner in addition to creating a new role for a second deputy chair.|
|Praemium's automated data feed for financial advisers is now available on BGL's Simple Fund 360 platform.|
|ANZ will stop issuing new secured asset finance loans to retail customers, as the bank conducts an internal review of the business.|
|ASIC has disqualified a Melbourne-based SMSF auditor who is serving a jail term for previous charges.|
|A $7.4 billion corporate superannuation fund is partnering with GBST to provide members with the maximum tax benefits available to them following the latest super reforms.|
|The asset management and wider wealth management industries are confident about growth prospects in 2018 but remain realistic about responding to intense fee pressures, a PwC global survey shows.|
|Delay in progress on the development of MyRetirement (CIPRs) products may not be due to a lack of initiative from superannuation funds but rather reluctance around expenditure.|
|Climate change is a growing concern for the majority of investors polled in Financial Standard's latest survey. Despite investors' worry, Australia's top companies are failing to improve climate risk disclosures.|
|Aurora Funds Management is calling for the removal of three directors of Eight Investment Partners' $50 million listed investment company.|
|One of Australia's largest infrastructure investors has splashed $1.63 billion for a 49% stake in a Spanish water management company.|
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Delay in progress on the development of MyRetirement (CIPRs) products may not be due to a lack of initiative from superannuation funds but rather reluctance around expenditure.
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A $7.4 billion corporate superannuation fund is partnering with GBST to provide members with the maximum tax benefits available to them following the latest super reforms.
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Though an increase in the Fed funds rate this month might be a benign conclusion, what the Fed does after March is still up for grabs.
TAL and CommInsure each collected three accolades at the Association of Financial Advisers (AFA) Life Company of the Year Awards in Sydney last night, and it was the former which won the top gong.
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