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|... lowest in the industry, with potential via future mergers to push them even lower. In October last year, Equip cut the weekly administration fees for accumulation accounts from $1.50 to $1.25. Its asset-based administration fee has also been reduced ...|
|... educational qualifications will not undertake further study to meet the professionalism deadline, Financial Standard's weekly survey reveals. Two-in-five or 39% of advisers don't intend to undertake tertiary or equivalent courses to meet the new accreditation ...|
|... capital. According to figures from the S&P Dow Jones, agriculture stocks are performing strongly, with the S&P/NZX Farmers Weekly Agriculture Equity Index returning 74.85% in the 12 months to January 2018. The S&P/NZX Farmers Weekly Agriculture Investible ...|
|The majority of people canvassed in Financial Standard's weekly poll reveal they have life insurance via their superannuation fund. About 60% of respondents said life insurance was available via their employer or super fund. Almost one-in-three (32%) ...|
|More than half of the respondents in Financial Standard's weekly spot poll said Australia should follow the United States' lead and drop the corporate tax rates to as low as 21%. The US reduced its corporate tax rate from 35% to 21% effective 1 January ...|
|... parental leave scheme that includes a superannuation component, linked to the payment of SG contributions required on average weekly earnings. The implementation of a paid parental leave scheme with a superannuation component, would allow parents to ...|
|... in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID) reforms that took effect on January 3, according to Financial Standard's weekly spot poll. More than half (54%) of Australian entities said they were well prepared for the sweeping MiFID II legislation that's ...|
|... stop charging life insurance cover after 13 months without contributions has divided the industry, Financial Standard's weekly survey results show. Forty-nine percent of respondents said it's only fair superannuation funds should stop charging cover ...|
|... of 20 million ordinary shares at a price of $1.22 share. This represented a 2.8% discount to PAI's most recent estimated weekly pre-tax net tangible asset backing per share. PAI said the sale came about due to "substantial investor demand" for shares ...|
|... the insurance and superannuation sectors is strongly supported by the majority of readers polled in Financial Standard's weekly survey. More than 60% of respondents believe including super and insurance in the Royal Commission is warranted, while about ...|
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ASX-listed real estate fund manager Cromwell Property Group has appointed an industry veteran to the head of retail funds management position.
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Credit Suisse's chair has resigned less than a year into the role amid reports he breached several COVID-19 quarantine rules.
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The Federal Court has imposed combined penalties of $4 million on Statewide Super for providing members with misleading information regarding their insurance and failing to report the issue to ASIC in the time required.
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Barclays has appointed two new managing directors of investment banking in Australia.
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