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|... Australians' retirement outcomes will be better off under Labor's policies. Following years of continuous reforms, the Labor party is looking to implement further changes compared to the Liberals. The AIST said it supports the following Labor ...|
|... Chartered Accountants superannuation director Brett Griffiths. Despite years, even decades, of continuous reform, the Labor party is looking to implement further changes. Proposed measures include the lowering of the high-income super contribution threshold ...|
|... parliament there was no insider trading around the release of the Royal Commission's final report. This comes after the Labor party suggested insider trading was responsible for bank stocks rising immediately on the back of Kenneth Hayne's report. Senator ...|
|... by the limited recourse borrowing arrangement between the SMSF and a related party, an associate to the fund. The Labor party have also indicated that they plan to effectively ban all new limited recourse borrowing arrangements in SMSFs if they are e ...|
|The Labor Party will look to ban the payment of grandfathered commissions by January 2020 if successful at the upcoming Federal election. Responding to the final report, Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen said the party has already tabled a bill to end the ...|
|... SMSF sector, and intended to shrink it by forcing people into APRA regulated funds. "90% of the franking credits the Labor Party are seeking to claw back are from self-managed super funds," Robert said. "My cautionary message to you is this. In terms ...|
|... the Government's actions, with the legislation before the Senate. "The Government calls on Bill Shorten and the Labor Party to support the amendment which acts on two of Commissioner Hayne's recommendations and would immediately enhance accountability ...|
|... investors, the majority of which are Australians entitled to the benefits of the franking system. Freeman is urging the Labor Party to reconsider its proposal as he says it's "both inequitable and very unfair." AFIC recorded net profit of $250.3 ...|
|... transfer balance cap once again moved the superannuation goal posts and the recently proposed changes by the Australian Labor Party to remove franking credit refunds could result in a significant reduction in retirement income for many Australians, particularly ...|
|The Labor Party submitted a response to Commissioner Kenneth Hayne's interim report, documenting feedback to the Royal Commission through victims of bank misconduct, including claims banks go out of their way to avoid compensation settlements. In ...|
The $80 billion fund manager has hired BMO Global Asset Management's Asia Pacific managing director as an executive director as the incumbent retires.
Wilson Asset Management has responded to allegations by Keybridge Capital, noting the investment manager has already failed twice in previous attempts to obtain orders of this kind.
The former head of ESG investment research at AMP Capital has taken up a new role.
Fortnum, Centrepoint, Easton Wealth, CountPlus, Fitzpatricks and Paragem have all criticised the Financial Planning Association of Australia's latest policy proposal.
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