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|... place existing advisers' exit strategies at risk. That is the view of Connect Financial Service Brokers chief executive Paul Tynan, saying older financial planners are facing regulatory and educational challenges that will only increase as technology ...|
|... time calls for a successful exit and comfortable retirement. Tynan Connect Financial Service Brokers chief executive Paul Tynan said advice practice owners' profit margins are not only eroding, it has never been more challenging to retain clients in ...|
|... the need for quality exit and succession plans, according to chief executive of Connect Financial Service Brokers, Paul Tynan. Tynan has observed a growing number of practitioners holding on to their businesses until their late 60s and 70s for a buyer ...|
|... 85% of licensees being controlled by six institutions, according to Connect Financial Service Brokers chief executive Paul Tynan. Despite what Tynan perceives as a strong demand for advice businesses in the market, there are relatively few offers going ...|
|... want to continue providing SMSF advice from July 1, according to Connect Financial Service Brokers chief executive Paul Tynan. Tynan noted that existing business models and succession plans in accounting firms could be compromised if the "wrong" AFSL ...|
|... financial advisers to set aside differences and merge into a single body. Connect Financial Service Brokers chief executive Paul Tynan asked for the Association of Financial Advisers (AFA) and the Financial Planning Association (FPA) to merge. "By having ...|
|... economic tailwinds or favourable regulatory outcomes, according to Connect Financial Service Brokers chief executive Paul Tynan. In a statement, Tynan noted the increasing number of ex-institutional advisers looking to buy up their own practice; conversely ...|
|... of the institutional model buying up aligned practices is growing. Connect Financial Service Brokers chief executive Paul Tynan argued that the recent headlines - including this one - are "just the beginning." Centrepoint in particular intends to build ...|
|... recruited Macquarie veterans to bolster its new wealth management team. Connect Financial Service Brokers chief executive Paul Tynan told Financial Standard this is "just the beginning," and the migration is driven by a fundamental incompatibility between ...|
|... financial advisers will lead to many leaving the industry, according to Connect Financial Services Brokers chief executive Paul Tynan. Speaking to Financial Standard, Tynan pointed to the results of introducing minimum qualifications for financial advisers ...|
Christian Super is reducing insurance premiums for most of its members, saying the offering now better aligns with what is available at other super funds.
The head of investment stewardship at VFMC has departed, with an interim replacement appointed.
KPMG Australia and The Table Club have produced a new report revealing how much growth family offices expect from investments and what they want from investment managers.
A former Westpac executive has joined BlackRock to lead its wealth division for Asia Pacific.
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