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|... written in the Australian Financial Review published on July 3, claiming its account holders and clients of its competitor Netwealth, will earn negative returns on cash investments after the RBA lowered the official cash rate to 1%. "In the wake of the ...|
|... adopt scaled advice technology within the next two years. This is a key finding of the latest AdviceTech report from Netwealth, examining 330 advice firms. According to the report, 47.3% of the firms examined by Netwealth plan to adopt scaled advice ...|
|The head of distribution at Netwealth has left the company. The ASX-listed superannuation and investment solution provider has confirmed the departure of Nick Mitchell. A Netwealth spokesperson confirmed Mitchell's resignation, citing personal reasons. ...|
|... seeing growth among planners, with 9% of planners allocating client inflows to industry fund platforms so far this year. Netwealth is still the highest rated platform, with 55% of planners primarily using the platform listing their satisfaction as very ...|
|... platform cost data to assess cost-out prospects. It downgraded IOOF (IFL) to sell to account for earnings pressure. AMP and Netwealth were unchanged at neutral and sell respectively. "Although platforms are only one component of the wealth management ...|
|... Resonant Asset Management, has made the SMA available to financial advisers and dealer groups via its partnership with Netwealth. The multi-asset SMA has direct shares capabilities, investing in both global and Aussie equities. Resonant was founded in ...|
|... through automation. Mainstream's Australian chief Andy Harrison noted immediate benefits had been noticed by clients. Netwealth has used the solution since its roll out, and the platform's head of custody Paul Hagger said the ability to transfer holdings ...|
|Netwealth is opening a new office and expanding its national distribution team with the addition of a former BT Financial Group senior sales manager. The new office will be in Adelaide and manned by Andrew Dwyer, its newly-appointed senior distribution ...|
|... held steady over last year. However, the new money entering the sector has been going to non-aligned players such as Netwealth and HUB24, and to Macquarie. HUB24 outstripped CFS in capturing net fund flows in September quarter. Read more about how CFS ...|
|... and Treasury Services ($106 billion), Bond Street ($98 billion), Ausmaq ($53 billion), BNY Mellon ($24 billion) and Netwealth ($19 billion). Custodians usually charge fees as a combination of total assets under custody and per transaction, with the exact ...|
The Association of Financial Advisers has appointed a new chief executive to replace Phil Kewin who resigned earlier this year.
The Federal Court will force BT Funds Management and Asgard Capital Management to pay $1.5 million each for charging fees for no service and making misleading statements.
Among the changes announced this morning, AMP is putting an end to all Buyer of Last Resort arrangements at the end of the year and giving advisers the freedom to leave the network with their clients from 2022.
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