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|The AFA Adviser of the Year for 2019 has been crowned at a gala dinner in Adelaide overnight. The Association of Financial Advisers has awarded its highest honours, presenting the Adviser of the Year, Female Excellence in Advice, Excellence in Education ...|
|... Gori said he wouldn't rule out the associations becoming one. "We've rebuilt, if you like, a relationship with the AFA in particular about working a lot more closely together and [that's] very important. "It's not just with the AFA. We've ...|
|The AFA Foundation is heading towards an enormous milestone, anticipating $2 million donations in 2019. The AFA Foundation may well reach over $2 million in donations this year, with much of it donated by the association's adviser members, AFA Foundation ...|
|... understand with all the conflicts of interest why they feel that way." Robertson added that he hopes advisers attending the AFA conference this year feel a part of a community. "We really need to band together more than ever as a team as a lot of people ...|
|... Anderson says the financial advice community has been split in two by the corporate regulator. Providing a policy outlook at the AFA National Conference in Adelaide, Anderson asked delegates whether they were experiencing the pain of ASIC's Report ...|
|... train of legislation coming down the track that will hit you all," Bishop told the conference. She praised the work of the AFA in coming together with the Financial Planning Association of Australia (FPA) to create a united voice. FPA chief executive ...|
|... Excellence in Advice and the Excellence in Education award winners will be crowned at the conference's annual gala dinner. AFA chief executive Philip Kewin said the nominees exemplify excellence in advice, diversity, innovation and education. Kewin said ...|
|... this is a fair and reasonable process but we want to make sure that everyone has the time to feel like they can achieve it." AFA chief executive Phil Kewin expressed some disappointment following Hume's speech, telling delegates: "I think like me ...|
|... the 2019 Association of Financial Advisers' National Conference, which kicks off in Adelaide today, conference chair and AFA director Glen James shared what attendees can expect ahead of the annual event. James said the key message is that advisers ...|
|... facing is the government and regulators appear to see them as a commodity." While exits were always expected, national chair of AFA Inspire and co-chief executive of Multiforte Kate McCallum is concerned so few new advisers have entered - particularly ...|
A former New South Wales Treasury Corp executive has joined the prudential regulator as head of investment risk.
MLC Life has been handed a new group insurance mandate from a retail superannuation provider.
Pinnacle Investment Management has made a $3 million cornerstone investment in OpenInvest.
The Federal Reserve is restricting the investing activities of policymakers and senior staff, including banning them from holding or trading individual stocks and bonds.
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