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|... London-headquartered behavioural finance firm has announced plans to expand into the Australian wealth management sector. Oxford Risk has hired Bianca Kent as head of client and strategy, to be based in Sydney, as it enters the market. The firm builds ...|
|... risk assessments, with suggestions an adviser's own circumstances can influence the advice provided. The data from Oxford Risk shows, when asked to make recommendations for imaginary clients, advisers made "remarkably different" judgements when it came ...|
|... behavioural tools to assist clients in making better financial decisions, according to behavioural finance experts. Oxford Risk said blending technology and behavioural science leads to a comprehensive suitable approach that recognises the complexity ...|
|... losses, but diagnostic tools for financial advisers may solve the problem, according to a behavioural finance expert. Oxford Risk said investors in Australia and elsewhere around the world make investment decisions for emotional comfort, costing 3% on ...|
|... assessments when determining suitable investments for clients must think again, according to risk profiling specialists Oxford Risk. While risk tolerance tools are a great first step, more mind must be paid to how investments complement the client's ...|
|... profiling tool already adopted by advisers, investment firms and banks globally. Launched by Oxford University subsidiary Oxford Risk, the Oxford Risk Rating Online platform is designed by academics and finance industry professionals and uses the latest ...|
BT Financial Group appointed a long-serving Westpac executive as its chief customer service officer.
Insignia Financial reported an exodus of self-employed advisers in the December 2021 quarter amid an overhaul of its advice fee model.
Fidelity International has bolstered its institutional capability, hiring Mercer's head of Australian equities research.
Fin365 is planning to launch a robo-advice platform, having acquired miPlan as part of its strategy.
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