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CSLR establishment is critical: FPA

CHLOE WALKER  |  FRIDAY, 12 AUG 2022
The Financial Planning Association of Australia (FPA) has called out the urgent need for a broad-based Compensation Scheme of Last Resort (CSLR) following ASIC's recent notice for former Dixon Advisory clients to register any complaints with the ...

Business confidence, conditions rally: NAB

ANDREW MCKEAN  |  WEDNESDAY, 10 AUG 2022
National Australia Bank's (NAB) latest business survey reported business confidence has risen above average levels and conditions have strengthened. Business confidence bucked a trend of steady monthly declines, rising seven index points. NAB called ...

Russell Investments chief executive announces departure

CASSANDRA BALDINI  |  FRIDAY, 5 AUG 2022
Russell Investments chair and chief executive Michelle Seitz plans to step down by year end. Seitz held the role for five years and will work with Russell's' board and leadership team to transition smoothly. The company said it's hired a recruitment ...

Contact AFCA now: ASIC urges Dixon Advisory clients

JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  THURSDAY, 4 AUG 2022
Former clients of Dixon Advisory and Superannuation Services have been told to get in quick with their complaints to the Australian Financial Complaints Authority to ensure they're eligible for compensation. ASIC plans to write to former clients of ...

CHESS replacement delayed further, review underway

JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  WEDNESDAY, 3 AUG 2022
The ASX has commissioned an independent review of its long-delayed CHESS replacement to enable the bourse to set a realistic go-live date, saying current indications suggest it won't launch before late 2024. The CHESS replacement project has been underway ...

APRA to improve strategic planning, member outcomes rules

JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  MONDAY, 1 AUG 2022
APRA is revisiting the design of its rules governing strategic planning and member outcomes in superannuation, including strengthening the way in which outcomes are assessed, closer monitoring of financial resources and new rules to follow when a MySuper ...

Peter Burgess to become SMSFA chief executive

CHLOE WALKER  |  WEDNESDAY, 27 JUL 2022
Peter Burgess, the current SMSF Association deputy chief executive and director of policy and education, will take on the top job in March 2023. Burgess will succeed John Maroney who has been chief executive since May 2017. Burgess brings more than ...

Suncorp agrees to super class action settlement

JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  TUESDAY, 26 JUL 2022
Suncorp is set to pay $33 million to settle a class action brought by superannuation members in 2019 over conflicted remuneration paid to financial advisers. The class action was brought by William Roberts Lawyers in June 2019 on behalf of Suncorp Super ...

Pendal, Perpetual in acquisition talks

JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  WEDNESDAY, 20 JUL 2022
The two entities are in high-level discussions, it's been confirmed. Pendal entered a trading halt shortly after midday yesterday, pending an announcement. Later in the afternoon, the manager announced it is in discussions with Perpetual regarding a ...

Sri Lanka announces bankruptcy

CHLOE WALKER  |  FRIDAY, 8 JUL 2022
Sri Lanka's debt-laden economy has collapsed, and its newly elected prime minister has announced bankruptcy as the island nation suffers its worst financial crisis in decades. Due to the crisis, the country has seen severe shortages of necessities like ...
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