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|... a pass rate of 69%. Upon further examination of the latest results, candidates underperformed in three areas: financial advice regulatory and legal obligations; applied ethical and professional reasoning and communication; and advice construction. FASEA ...|
|... Planning is closing, Commonwealth Bank announced today. From today forward, Commonwealth FP cannot take on any new financial advice clients. Existing advisers and clients will have until November 30 to work out next steps, before Commonwealth FP shutters ...|
|... thanked the FASEA board and its staff for the work they have undertaken in setting professional standards for the financial advice industry and the important contribution towards improving the education, training and ethical standards in the sector. ...|
|... Ramsin Jajoo said the partnership made sense in light of regulatory change in the industry, and pressures on the financial advice sector. "With the introduction of increased regulation post the Hayne Royal Commission, the exit of the major banks from ...|
|... levels of education represents a key component of Parliament's vision to build a trusted, educated, and ethical financial advice profession. Advisers who have completed their education or embarked on their education pathway will play a significant role ...|
|The financial advice industry welcomes the Financial Services Council (FSC) recommendations to help reduce red tape and make financial advice more affordable, but one dealer group is unsure whether the FSC is trustworthy - particularly for risk advisers. ...|
|AZ Next Generation Advisory has acquired a regional financial advice firm with $250 million in funds under management. AZ NGA is expanding to the New South Wales Hunter Region by acquiring RI Newcastle and Lower Hunter for an undisclosed amount. RI ...|
|The reforms proposed by the Financial Services Council could reduce the time and cost to produce financial advice by more than 30% respectively. Modelling provided by KPMG Australia estimates that advisers incur $5334 to provide advice and spend 23.9 ...|
|... innovation and lead, delivery, and adoption for AMP. "I am passionate about the difference technology can make in financial advice," Zietara said. "There is a big opportunity for advice businesses to improve efficiency through technology, particularly ...|
|... largely driven by those preparing for retirement (61%) and increased levels of consumer awareness of the value of financial advice (56%). The survey shows 69% of CFPs think retirement security will be the main area people will seek advice on, while 61% ...|
Natixis Investment Managers hired an institutional sales director who spent nearly a decade at First Sentier Investors.
The newly merged LGIAsuper and Energy Super have scrapped a weekly administration fee and will retain an annual fee as a result of scale benefits.
Fidelity International launched a climate investing policy with a rating scheme in a bid to halve its carbon emissions by 2030.
The House of Representatives Standing Committee on Tax and Revenue has recommended that the Australian Tax Office develop a Bill of Rights' for taxpayers.
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