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|... advisers to just 44. Despite news of Buyer of Last Resort changes and advisers mounting a class action, AMP Financial Planning only lost 37 advisers over the last three months. Synchronised Business Services was one of the few winners in recent adviser ...|
|... has selected Corrs Chambers Westgarth to act on behalf of members in investigating legal action against AMP Financial Planning. This includes exploring the potential for a class action. Having met with several law firms in recent months, the AMPFPA determined ...|
|... group, with the association saying AMP is simply offloading practices it can no longer profit from. The AMP Financial Planning Association has prepared legal packs for members outlining their options going forward after a survey of its member practices ...|
|... its legal obligations to advisers in announcing changes to its Buyer of Last Resort terms, saying the AMP Financial Planning Association was informed ahead of time and adviser feedback was sought in shaping the new strategy. Speaking to Financial Standard ...|
|The additional conditions imposed on AMP Financial Planning's managed discretionary account (MDA) licence has resulted in so many constraints on financial advisers that the offering is reportedly "unusable". A source told Financial Standard that AMP ...|
|... institutionally-owned licensees. The average FUA per adviser has fallen from $40 million to $35 million in the last year. AMP Financial Planning, IOOF Group, Commonwealth Financial Planning, NAB and SMSF Advisers Network are the five largest advice licensees. ...|
|... groups shed more than 630 financial advisers in the three years to December 2018. Its flagship licensee, AMP Financial Planning, lost 287 advisers. At the same time, Westpac and its aligned dealer groups shed about 450 advisers. This, before its announcement ...|
|ASIC granted AMP Financial Planning approval to deal in managed discretionary accounts. ASIC said it imposed additional license conditions on AMP Financial Planning as a result of approving AMPFP's application to vary its license to provide MDAs. ...|
|AMP has announced five new appointments to its wealth management leadership team. Dedicated to providing better experiences and outcomes for clients, AMP has built out the executive team charged with overseeing its troubled wealth management business. ...|
|... membership is licensed by Interprac Financial Planning and the majority of the FBAA's is aligned with AMP Financial Planning, as are the MFAA's. There are more advisers from a greater range of licensees affiliated with the FPA, AFA, CPA Australia, SMSFA ...|
BT head of financial literacy and advocacy Bryan Ashenden has observed a significant increase in calls for technical support from financial advisers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hedge funds in April posted their highest one-month returns since May 2009, but still have a long way to go before they can pare back March quarter losses.
At a hearing of the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics that was supposed to focus on ME Bank's recent troubles, the super funds performing poorly in terms of early release copped surprise criticism.
Hamish Douglass' Magellan Financial Group has launched a listed active ETF fund in partnership with Airlie Funds Management, with promises of reducing friction and costs for investors.
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