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|While there are Dover financial advisers that have managed to transition elsewhere in recent weeks, latest ASIC data shows hundreds of advisers will be without a licensee when the disgraced AFSL shutters today. Rainmaker analysis of ASIC's Financial ...|
|ASIC has accepted a Court Enforceable Undertaking from Dover Financial Advisers and Terry McMaster will leave the financial services industry. ASIC confirmed the action resulted from an ASIC investigation which commenced in 2017, with a particular focus ...|
|The collapse of Dover Financial Advisers has left more than 400 advisers with a narrow 30-day window to sign on with a new licensee, renewing calls for a more straightforward self-licensing regime. It's unclear at this stage where those 400 advisers ...|
|... either an AFSL or a limited AFSL from January 2019 if they wish to continue doing so. In the wake of the Dover Financial Advisers scandal, Association of Financial Advisers chief executive Phil Kewin said the current wait time for ASIC to process a new ...|
|Advice licensees considering onboarding ex-Dover Financial Advisers' authorised representatives have been warned to ramp up due diligence processes by the corporate regulator. As the fallout from Dover's shock closure continues, ASIC has reinforced ...|
|The Association of Financial Advisers will lobby ASIC and the Federal Government to extend the transition period provided to Dover Financial Advisers' authorised representatives in the wake of the dealer group's shock closure. On Friday evening ...|
|The financial services Royal Commission coupled with the recent collapse of Dover Financial Advisers suggests it should come as no surprise that financial advisers are finding it difficult to navigate Australia's regulatory landscape. The 2018 Natixis ...|
|... of the actual client. Dover roasted for 'Orwellian' protection policy The Royal Commission scrutinised Dover Financial Advisers' former client protection policy, demonstrating its essential purpose to be to exonerate the licensee of any liability in ...|
|The Royal Commission scrutinised Dover Financial Advisers' former client protection policy, demonstrating its essential purpose to be to exonerate the licensee of any liability in the event of misconduct by authorised representatives. Counsel Assisting ...|
|Dover Financial Advisers was revealed as the only large scale financial advice licensee to decline the Royal Commission's request for assistance in identifying instances of misconduct. Appearing before the Commission yesterday, Dover owner Terry McMaster ...|
The financial adviser population has reverted to the pre-financial services Royal Commission days, ending at 20,667 in the first quarter of 2021.
Local institutional investors appointed 313 mandates totaling $43 billion in 2020, down from $51 billion the year before, according to Rainmaker's latest Mandate Chaser report.
In the latest of many executive exits, AMP Capital has confirmed its head of real estate distribution has departed after more than a decade with the company.
A defined benefit fund with $77 million in funds under management is completing a successor fund transfer to a Mercer subplan.
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