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Whistleblower claims the existence of 100 CBA rogue advisersBY LAURA MILLAN | MONDAY, 24 MAR 2014 12:35PM
Former Commonwealth Financial Planning adviser and whistleblower Jeffrey Morris has "no doubt" that a proper investigation by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) would reveal at least 100 current or former rogue CBA advisers.
Read more: Jeffrey Morris, ASIC, Don Nguyen, Financial Planning, Australian Securities, Former Commonwealth Financial Planning adviser, Investments Commission, Senate inquiry, Dodgy Don, Fairfax, Whistleblower
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Media Super is increasing its administration fees and insurance premiums, despite a pending merger with $60 billion industry fund Cbus.
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A newly created team, led by a former BlackRock regional executive, is boosting the international manager's presence in Australia as it launches its first pan-Asia strategy.
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The inclusion of superannuation administration fees in the Your Future, Your Super performance benchmark will not punish funds that reduced fees in recent years, according to minister for superannuation Jane Hume.
The ratings house has appointed a new chief executive, after it announced Charlie Haynes's impending departure last month.
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