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Government passes advice, super reformsBY ANNABELLE DICKSON | FRIDAY, 26 FEB 2021 11:31AM
Financial advisers will now need prior written consent each year from clients before deducting fees, while funds from Eligible Rollover Funds must now be reunited with members within 28 days.
Read more: ATO, Eligible Rollover Funds, Royal Commission, Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia, Glen McCrea, Jane Hume, Josh Frydenberg, MySuper, Patrick Veyret
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AMP's North platform saw $400 million less in inflows in the three months to March compared to the same time last year, as financial adviser activity fell.
Perennial Partners has spun its ESG team and flagship ESG fund into a separate boutique investment business.
Centuria Capital Group will pay $24 million for a 50% stake in the real estate debt manager, founded five years ago by former UBS and Wingate investors.
MSCI is launching a set of indices that target megatrends and innovation in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries.
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