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|... advisers must complete additional education requirements to meet FASEA standards prior to 1 January 2026. Over 60% of Count Financial advisers have 2 or fewer units to complete before 1 January 2026 to complete their financial adviser education requirements." ...|
|... additional lifestyle and financial service offerings." The move comes after four IOOF financial advice firms joined Count Financial ahead of the MLC acquisition. IOOF completed the acquisition of MLC Wealth earlier this month , comprising its financial ...|
|AMP and IOOF have each lost financial advice firms based in Adelaide to Count Financial. Adelaide Private Wealth, led by directors Hamish Zerbe, Ben Newbold and Mark Humpries, is a boutique financial advisory firm. It previously operated under AMP's ...|
|... has upped its indemnity bill to $252 million for dodgy financial advisers who were part of its former subsidiary Count Financial. CBA sold off Count Financial to CountPlus in mid-2019. At the time, CBA provided $200 million in indemnity to CountPlus. ...|
|Count Financial has announced the latest firm to join its national advice network. StrategyOne Advice Network has joined Count Financial, the 16 th new firm to join since the start of 2021. Based in Northern Sydney, StrategyOne was previously part of ...|
|... Midwinter head of product Ivon Gower said. Myprosperity has clocked up several partnerships over the years; HUB24, Count Financial and Macquarie are some examples. In 2018, it added an estate planning functionality will allow financial advisers using ...|
|... transfer to Kidmans. CountPlus chief executive Matthew Rowe said the transaction highlights the opportunities from Count Financial and its strong network. "The CountPlus model works by identifying and investing in quality businesses, and this acquisition ...|
|Three former MLC firms are joining Count Financial, as its network of financial advice businesses continues to expand. It comes after four former IOOF firms joined Count on March 17. The three former MLC firms joining Count are: Sapphire Coast Financial ...|
|Four IOOF financial advice firms have joined Count Financial ahead of the MLC acquisition, with one firm saying it was seeking a licensee without "hidden agendas". Magnis Financial Planning, Glenbuckie, Aim Financial Advice and Strategic Wealth Management ...|
|... shareholders jumped 65% to $4.1 million and cash at hand increased 37% on the previous 12 months to $27.6 million. Count Financial recorded a 74% jump in EBITDA to $1.6 million however, due to the end of grandfathered revenue, the group expects earnings ...|
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Senator Jane Hume is allowing candidates who have failed the Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority (FASEA) exam twice to re-sit it in 2022.
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The industry fund has appointed a general manager of brand and marketing.
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The government has passed legislation that will see the establishment of an independent body that will review the effectiveness of both the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA).
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Westpac has decided to retain its New Zealand business after reviewing the feasibility of the 160-year-old division and the impact of increased capital requirements.
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