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Advisers put on notice: HLB Mann Judd

CASSANDRA BALDINI  |  TUESDAY, 7 FEB 2023
Financial advisers should ensure clients are structuring tax appropriately to avoid unwanted attention from the ATO and other authorities, HLB Mann Judd says. HLB Mann Judd said the ATO has warned those transferring funds into Australia to ensure the ...

Adviser sentenced over accessing client accounts

CHLOE WALKER  |  FRIDAY, 3 FEB 2023
Former financial adviser John Wertheimer has been convicted and sentenced for making unauthorised client transactions on the Netwealth platform. Specifically, Wertheimer was convicted on one count of providing a financial service on behalf of a person ...

Aussies not bothered by volatile markets: State Street

CHLOE WALKER  |  TUESDAY, 31 JAN 2023
In another classic case of "she'll be right, mate", Australian investors are far less concerned about the current market volatility than our global counterparts, according to new research by State Street Global Advisors. The ETF Impact Investment Survey ...

Global X to launch Covered Call ETFs

JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  WEDNESDAY, 25 JAN 2023
Global X will soon roll out the local market's first fully systematic, index tracking covered call products. To be launched on the ASX, the three new strategies are intended to provide investors with income at a time when both equity and bond markets ...

Salary inflation becoming S issue for ESG managers

RACHEL ALEMBAKIS  |  FRIDAY, 20 JAN 2023
With wage inflation expected to persist into 2023, managing wage increases, employee satisfaction and other measures to attract and retain talent are issues on the agenda for ESG engagement this year. According to the latest data available from the ...

73% of chief executives predict global economic decline: PwC

ANDREW MCKEAN  |  TUESDAY, 17 JAN 2023
A PwC survey shows that 73% of chief executives predict global economic decline in 2023, the most pessimistic outlook in over a decade. Moreover, according to the PwC Global CEO Survey, nearly 40% of chief executives think their organisations won't ...

Strengths and weaknesses in DC systems: Comparison

ANDREW MCKEAN  |  FRIDAY, 13 JAN 2023
The differences between the US and Australian defined contribution workplace superannuation system has been explored at an academic forum in New York. At the Global Committee of the Defined Contribution Institutional Investment Association (DCIIA) forum ...

New Forests appoints chief executive

JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  THURSDAY, 12 JAN 2023
After almost two decades in the role, David Brand is stepping down as chief executive of New Forests. Brand has held the role for 17 years and said it is time to do what he loves most, which is "looking at strategic growth opportunities in new markets ...

Business leaders optimistic in face of inflation

CHLOE WALKER  |  WEDNESDAY, 11 JAN 2023
While most Australian mid-size businesses are grappling with the challenges driven by inflation, nearly six in 10 feel confident about the global and national economy, according to a recent survey conducted by J.P. Morgan. The second annual Australia ...

Apex Group wins fund services mandate

CASSANDRA BALDINI  |  THURSDAY, 15 DEC 2022
Apex Group has announced its appointment by Kayne Anderson Rudnick Investment Management LLC (KAR) to service its global small cap fund. The financial services provider will act as fund administration and handle transfer agency services for the Kayne ...