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|The Institute for Managed Account Providers (IMAP) has called on financial planning groups and fund managers to review a draft for a proposed managed accounts accreditation course due to be rolled out next year. The course draft outlined key education ...|
|Members of the Institute of Managed Account Providers (iMAP) have formed a working group that will help develop the standards for benchmarking managed accounts (MAs), in a bid to help financial advisers compare MAs in a uniform format. Ratings agency ...|
|The Institute of Managed Account Providers (IMAP) is officially accepting new members after finalising its membership conditions and key industry campaigns for this year. Following industry discussions over the past eight months, IMAP will be officially ...|
|... Around 40 industry watchers and participants attended the inaugural meeting of the Institute of Managed Account Providers (IMAP) this morning. The aim of the non-profit organisation is to be the peak body representing the managed accounts industry in ...|
|The Institute of Managed Account Providers (IMAP) is set to hold its inaugural meeting to lay down a roadmap for the organisation going forward. Founder and director of IMAP, Tracy Byrne, said the catalyst for forming the organisation was a lack of ...|
|... accounts has prompted market players to set up an independent industry body called the Institute of Managed Account Providers (IMAP). IMAP is the brainchild of Tracy Byrne, associate director at managed accounts (MA) provider Direct Portfolio Services. ...|
The industry superannuation fund has completed its merger with WA Super initiated earlier this year and now has $135 billion in assets and one million members.
IOOF yesterday said it won't be pursuing an offer to buy its retail trustee Australian Executor Trustee business.
Despite the growing emphasis on sustainability and the mainstream nature of ESG considerations, investors are still struggling to find adequate data to inform their decisions.
The former head of advice for Shadforth has moved to Akambo Financial Group, a boutique dealer group with big growth plans.
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