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Kin Group bids to takeover McPherson's

ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  FRIDAY, 26 MAR 2021
... Family office Kin Group has moved to acquire consumer products and wellness company McPherson's via its subsidiary Gallin. Gallin is offering McPherson's (ASX: MCP) investors $1.34 per share, a 9.8% premium on the 24 March 2021 close price of ...

US pension funds approach point of no return

JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  THURSDAY, 21 MAY 2020
A new report ranking US public pension funds by their ability to pay future benefits suggests several will likely go insolvent as a result of COVID-19. The issues facing public pension funds in the US are widely known, and while it's not clear how ...

AIOFP launches fresh campaign, criticises FPA

ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  TUESDAY, 21 APR 2020
In launching its latest campaign to retain commissions, the industry body has accused the Financial Planning Association of Australia of taking money from the big banks in return for support. Writing to members, Association of Independently Owned Financial ...

ASIC targets misleading member communication

KARREN VERGARA  |  WEDNESDAY, 17 APR 2019
ASIC warned it may take action on superannuation funds that send misleading communication to members about inappropriate fees and insurance premiums. The warning comes in light of the Protecting Your Super package (PYSP) reforms, which are due to take ...

FPA retirement planning scholarships awarded

ALEX BURKE  |  TUESDAY, 29 SEP 2015
The Financial Planning Association of Australia and Challenger have awarded five UNSW scholarships for FPA members to study retirement planning. The scholarship winners are KeyPlay Financial Services' Anthony White, MyState Wealth Management's Philip ...

Synchron in recruitment mode after grandfathering changes

LAURA MILLAN  |  TUESDAY, 21 JAN 2014

Bear market end in sight: AMP Capital

MARK SMITH  |  FRIDAY, 23 NOV 2012
There are some pretty good signs that the secular bear market may be coming to an end, according to AMP Capital's Shane Oliver. Since the galling crash of the dotcom bubble in the summer of 2000, the stock market has struggled to provide investors with ...
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