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|... Advisory will lead one of Easton Investments' licensees in a newly created role. Tara Ross has been appointed head of GPS Wealth, effective September 13. Ross will join from Wilsons Advisory where she oversaw the firm's private wealth function. She first ...|
|... law firm Mills Oakley in response to the Hayne Royal Commission. It currently works with licensees such as Interprac, GPS Wealth and Wealth Today. Fourth Line chief executive David Travers said: "Our experience has identified that the best quality advice ...|
|... Rainmaker data, Paragem is currently home to 76 financial advisers. Following the transaction, Easton - which already owns GPS Wealth - will be the fifth largest dealer services group in Australia, it said. HUB24 said the investment in Easton will position ...|
|... Financial Planning adviser has been handed a four-year ban for failing to provide appropriate advice. Meanwhile, a former GPS Wealth representative has been banned for three years for similar misconduct involving insurance products. Former Sydney-based ...|
|... consideration of $500,000 plus the repayment by this entity of $225,000 in loan funds. McGregor is also founder of GPS Wealth. GPS Wealth was sold to Easton Investments in 2017, at which time McGregor stepped down as director. Financial Standard understands ...|
|... provides dealer services to about 80 accountants. Easton already provides dealer services to 500 accountants through GPS Wealth and Merit Wealth, its previous acquisitions. Hayes expects SMSF Expert's 80-strong number to increase in the next three to ...|
|... that attracted the most advisers from the big six were Fortnum Private Wealth followed by Akambo, Dover, Synchron and GPS Wealth. Fortnum's place at number one - with about 100 advisers coming over from the big six, primarily from ANZ Wealth - is unsurprising ...|
|... by 13% in the 12 months to June, with institutionally-owned practices capturing 64% of the market. Synchron, Dover, GPS Wealth, Merit and Interprac are the five largest non-institutional advice groups with 1562 advisers, up 39% year-on-year. Non-institutionally ...|
|... power of established gatekeepers," the report said. The fastest-growing of these non-insto groups are Merit Wealth, GPS Wealth (recently acquired by Easton Investments), Dover Financial, Interprac, Capstone, Akambo, Synchron, Politis, Unison Wealth Management ...|
|... disciplined in its investment approach, and adding more value to the client relationship, according to its co-founder. GPS Wealth principal adviser and co-founder, Rob McGregor, who will present at tomorrow's Best Practice Forum on Managed Accounts ...|
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Christian Super is reducing insurance premiums for most of its members, saying the offering now better aligns with what is available at other super funds.
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The head of investment stewardship at VFMC has departed, with an interim replacement appointed.
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KPMG Australia and The Table Club have produced a new report revealing how much growth family offices expect from investments and what they want from investment managers.
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A former Westpac executive has joined BlackRock to lead its wealth division for Asia Pacific.
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