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|... 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 in light of ...|
|... Phil Kewin said: "The AFA has a long history of encouraging women in financial services, including the launch of the AFA Inspire community of practice in 2013 which connects and supports women in the profession." MetLife head of retail sales Matt Lippiatt ...|
|... lead the AFA's community of practice for women in advice. The AFA appointed Kate McCallum as the national chair of AFA Inspire, bringing the Multiforte co-chief executive's wealth of experience to the group's leadership ranks. McCallum also chairs the ...|
|... Fox, as shared during a panel discussion at an International Women's Day event in Sydney yesterday jointly hosted by AFA Inspire and BT Financial Group's The Stella Network. "People at the top have got to be able to provide opportunities and support ...|
|... Deborah Kent, who is now the association's president. Prominent Financial Services director Christine Swanson will lead AFA Inspire, with a mandate to "empower more women to establish and develop their careers as a financial adviser or as a support role ...|
|... doing well but also to act as a catalyst for change in financial services and in the lives of everyday Australians," AFA Inspire chair Deborah Kent said. TAL Life CEO Brett Clark said the Award was important in raising the profile of financial advice ...|
|... of the AFA community, mentoring a young adviser in the AFA's mentoring program and is also a dynamic member of the AFA Inspire - Connecting Women in Advice program. Fox also thanked Zurich for their ongoing support of the Award, now in its 11th year. ...|
|... prevent women from recognising opportunities and even from stepping up into leadership positions, Mercier said. The AFA Inspire inaugural chair Deborah Kent said that there is a danger that "women themselves sabotage their role." "Sometimes women thing ...|
|... Hornery said. "We want to connect women in financial services and encourage more women to seek financial advice." The AFA Inspire LinkedIn group has already grown to almost 300 members and Hornery said she was looking forward to connecting with more ...|
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The managing director of an AMP-aligned dealer group is exiting the business to take on a new role.
BT Financial Group has shut down a $670 million global property fund and a $293 million Asian shares fund, as it sees them unsuitable for retail investors.
Perpetual has confirmed the appointment of a head of risk, promoting from within to fill the newly created role.
A $5.6 billion industry superannuation fund is revamping its MySuper option, which will see default members' exposure to growth assets and fees rise.
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