The latest issue of Financial Standard now available as an e-newspaper
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|... 1.8x-2.3x. For clients aged 64 years old and younger, earnings also decreased 2.2x-2.7x from 2.3x-2.8x. Radar Results founder John Birt said financial advisers who have sold their clients and moved them off their AFSL can sell their AFSL, a process in ...|
|... with experts saying the pandemic has barely touched the market. Speaking with Financial Standard, Radar Results founder John Birt said COVID-19 is not impacting practice valuations or the market more broadly, though said some buyers are trying to use ...|
|... 94 individual practices that are looking to sell their business. In terms of supply and demand, Radar Results founder John Birt said the group currently represents about 300 buyers with additional consultants being brought on board to cater to the growing ...|
|... to hurriedly sell their practices at discount prices, a merger and acquisitions expert says. Radar Results principal John Birt said there are more risk insurance businesses for sale in the market now than at any other time he can recall. The value of ...|
|Accountants with limited Australian financial services licences are like "part-time surgeons," according to John Birt, principal of advice M&A broker Radar Results. Birt branded limited AFS licenses "dangerous" and argued that in order for accountants ...|
|... failed to achieve its objectives and will drive more financial planners to leave the industry," Radar Results principal John Birt said. Radar Results reported that 348 comments were lodged by advisers as part of the survey. "Unlike the 800-plus comments ...|
|... "Concerns around FoFA have not lowered valuation multiples and in some states they have increased," Radar Results principal John Birt said. "Earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) multiples have remained steady since FoFA was introduced and can vary ...|
|... practices. "The accounting industry's foray into the planning industry is really only just starting," Radar Results principal John Birt predicted. "The accounting industry will fully embrace financial planners, taking over and merging with many financial ...|
|... of the legislation, particularly if they can be sold only within their own licensee group," Radar Results principal John Birt said. "In some boutique licensee groups where there's only a handful of authorised representatives, there may be no buyers at ...|
|... months, financial planners can now borrow at rates as low as 7% pa to fund the acquisitions, said Radar Results founder John Birt. "Many banks today have moved back into this field of lending - the most prominent being ANZ, NAB and St George - allowing ...|
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The House of Representatives committee looking into common ownership of ASX companies has continued this week, with the super industry hitting back at suggestions that funds act in unison.
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Australian Ethical is making a series of changes to its Advocacy investment option that will allow it to begin investing in alternatives and unlisted property.
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The sovereign wealth fund appointed a chief people and culture officer following an extensive search.
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AMP Capital has launched a new investing arm within its Global Infrastructure Equity team that focuses on telecommunication assets.
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