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|... been separated for at least 12 months, and it is during this time they need to start getting the paperwork prepared. Anna Hacker, national manager of estate planning at Australian Unity, said most people don't realise that up until the time the divorce ...|
|... still comes as no surprise to an estate planning expert. Australian Unity Trustees national manager of estate planning Anna Hacker says wealthier people are not as organised in their estate planning despite popular belief. People with a lot of wealth ...|
|... for the end-of-life care they endured. Australian Unity Trustees Legal Services national manager of estate planning Anna Hacker concurred, and said despite advertising around estate planning mostly connecting the practice with retirees, there wasn't ...|
|... process, particularly when it comes to estate planning. Australian Unity Trustees national manager, estate planning, Anna Hacker describes cryptocurrency as "a real minefield" for estate planning. She says the anonymity that comes with crypto assets ...|
|... those living in Sydney. Based on the experience of Australian Unity Trustees national manager of estate planning, Anna Hacker, Sydney is the most expensive place for a funeral service. Hacker's experience backs a recent survey from Finder, which shows ...|
|... for its services. Financial Standard recently spoke to Australian Unity Trustees national manager, estate planning Anna Hacker about the implications of the global explosion of crypto investments on estate planning. She said the anonymity that comes ...|
|... digital lives and the impact this has on estate planning. Australian Unity Trustees national manager, estate planning, Anna Hacker describes cryptocurrency as "a real minefield" for estate planning. She says the anonymity that comes with crypto assets ...|
|... to middle Australians, an estate planning expert says. Australian Unity Trustees national manager of estate panning Anna Hacker said charitable giving is a conversation with financial advisers that's dramatically gaining popularity. Hacker said more ...|
|... existing estate plans are no longer appropriate. Australian Unity Trustees wills and estates accredited specialist Anna Hacker explained that statutory wills, approved by the relevant Supreme Court and signed on behalf of someone who no longer has the ...|
|... generation in these conversations, a legal expert says. According to Australian Unity national manager of estate planning Anna Hacker, some advisers worry about introducing this topic because they don't want to overload the client or come across as "selling ...|
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HSBC Asset Management is launching a single business unit dedicated to alternatives with $69 billion in assets, to be led by its current global chief investment officer.
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Aware Super is targeting the independent financial adviser market, bringing in a former long-serving BT Financial Group staffer who will take charge of advice relationships.
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Charter Hall Group has appointed a group head of ESG as it continues to build out its sustainability team and ESG offering.
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Australian private equity and venture capital firms' assets reached a record high of $18.4 billion (US$14bn), according to new research.
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