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|... business today is probably selling for a very similar price to what it was six months ago." Connect Financial Service Brokers chief executive Paul Tynan agreed, and said the majority of the impact on valuations at the moment still comes back to "overregulation" ...|
|Connect Financial Service Brokers chief executive Paul Tynan gave financial advisers at the Association of Financial Advisers' National Conference some food for thought on succession planning and the state of the industry. Reflecting on the last 12 ...|
|... it in the first place." The move to a broad self-licensing regime has long been supported by Connect Financial Service Brokers chief executive Paul Tynan, who has described the Dover situation as a "perfect nightmare for our advice industry." He criticises ...|
|Connect Financial Service Brokers chief executive Paul Tynan believes if the Royal Commission has made anything clear, it's that ASIC is in the dark about how to police financial advice misconduct. Speaking to Financial Standard, Tynan said the key ...|
|... this "affirms the trend of advisers moving away from the insto advice segment." At the time, Connect Financial Service Brokers chief executive Paul Tynan said the migration process is unsurprising and even inevitable. Tynan proposed a more radical overhaul ...|
|... culminated in the divestment of four aligned dealer groups, representing 717 advisers, to IOOF. Connect Financial Service Brokers chief executive Paul Tynan questioned the narrative of wealth executives transitioning to the "non-institutional world and ...|
|... salaried positions and place existing advisers' exit strategies at risk. That is the view of Connect Financial Service Brokers chief executive Paul Tynan, saying older financial planners are facing regulatory and educational challenges that will only ...|
|... of their practice when the time calls for a successful exit and comfortable retirement. Tynan Connect Financial Service Brokers chief executive Paul Tynan said advice practice owners' profit margins are not only eroding, it has never been more challenging ...|
|... regularly ignoring the need for quality exit and succession plans, according to chief executive of Connect Financial Service Brokers, Paul Tynan. Tynan has observed a growing number of practitioners holding on to their businesses until their late 60s ...|
|... planning businesses due to 85% of licensees being controlled by six institutions, according to Connect Financial Service Brokers chief executive Paul Tynan. Despite what Tynan perceives as a strong demand for advice businesses in the market, there are ...|
Life insurers will take on more risks and shun safe-haven assets in a bid to bump up returns in 2022.
AMP has appointed a new head of portfolio management for its troubled multi-asset group (MAG), hiring from Pendal.
A new study shows close to 80% of institutional investors and wealth managers are now looking favourably upon cryptocurrencies, citing strong capital growth and diversification benefits.
American Century has launched a global small-cap fund targeting Australian wholesale investors.
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