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Liam Shorte named FS Smileys Scholar of the YearBY ALICE URIBE | FRIDAY, 14 NOV 2014 12:45PM
Verante Financial Planning director Liam Shorte has won this year's Financial Standard Social Media Influence, Leadership + Excellence (SMILEYS) Scholarship.Read more: Liam Shorte, Financial Planning, Adrians Chartered Accountants @kmiddlemis Chris Nairn, Atlas Wealth Management @AtlasWealth Sam Henderson, Digital Dozen, Financial Standard, Financial Standard Social Media Influence, FS Smileys Scholar, Henderson Maxwell, Influencer Prize recipients, Sydney Financial Planning @MichalBodi Amanda Cassar, Verante Financial Planning director Liam Shorte, Zurich, Kimberley Middlemis, Equus Partners Wealth Management Liam Shorte, Adrians Chartered Accountants Chris Nairn, Atlas Wealth Management Sam Henderson, Henderson Maxwell Toby Jones, Sydney Financial Planning Amanda Cassar, August 2012, Brett Evans, Conversationalist Prize, Dominique Bergel-Grant, Equus Partners Wealth Management, FS Advice, FS Smileys Scholarship, James Sutherland, JBS Financial Strategists, Jenny Brown, Kimberley Middlemiss, Leapfrog Financial Michal Bodi, Marshall Brentnall, Naomi Rosenthal, ODH Financial Planning, ODH Financial Planning @PaulWrightodhfp, Prescott Securities @DarrenWrightPSL Paul Wright, Prescott Securities Paul Wright, Richard Dunkerley, Smileys recipients, Toby Jones, Twitter Australia, Verante Financial Planning @SMSFCoach Darren Wright, Verante Financial Planning Darren Wright, Wealth Planning Partners @FinanceChicks Steve Crawford, Wealth Planning Partners Steve Crawford, X&Y Wealth Management, X&Y Wealth Management Kimberley Middlemis, Year
The chief operating officer of Countplus will join AZ Next Generation Advisory in the new year, spearheading the group's expansion plans.
ASIC has brought criminal charges against Avanteos Investments for charging deceased superannuation members.
State Street Digital, Vanguard and Symbiont have completed the first live trade for foreign exchange forward contracts leveraging blockchain technology and smart contracts.
New research from Griffith University and Iress has revealed the 'double-edged sword' of the ease with which consumers can switch their superannuation.
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