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|... Financial Adviser Register have sat the exam so far . The Stockbrokers and Financial Advisers Association chief executive Judith Fox welcomed the news. "Brokers and advisers have been put through the wringer, with the bill having been stymied multiple ...|
|... disappointing to see that politicians are playing with the livelihoods of financial advisers," said SAFAA chief executive Judith Fox. "Any threat to the extension being achieved this year makes the timeline now available to stockbrokers to book a test ...|
|... on what continuous professional development (CPD) financial advisers are still required to do. SAFAA chief executive Judith Fox said that the association was getting queries from members who were unclear on whether they still had to do RG 146 CPD, now ...|
|... demonstrate a united front. Phil Kewin, chief executive of the Association of Financial Advisers, was present along with Judith Fox from the Stockbrokers and Financial Advisers Association and John Maroney from the SMSF Association. Representatives from ...|
|... continues to deliver the disciplinary standards necessary to protect the interests of clients." SAFAA chief executive Judith Fox said: "We question the timing of the government's decision, which will just prolong the uncertainty for financial advisers ...|
|... association's recent annual conference. Succeeding him will be current Shareholders Association of Australia chief executive Judith Fox. Fox has led the ASA since February 2017. Prior to this she was national director, policy and advocacy at the ...|
|... dividend-paying Australian shares where the 30% corporate tax has been paid already to the ATO, the ASA said. ASA chief executive Judith Fox said: "The potential for ongoing tweaking throws retirement planning into disarray. Both parties need to sit ...|
|... proposals, as they allow for an orderly transition to a much more effective governance framework," policy director Judith Fox said. The Institute expressed then "a strong show of support for reforms to improve superannuation governance, including a minimum ...|
|... decision making; that results in inefficiencies." The Governance Institute's national director of policy and publishing, Judith Fox, weighed in next. She said the equal representation model no longer makes sense under a defined contribution system because ...|
|... becoming increasingly concerned with ESG issues, an area that short-term investors give less thought to. The GIA's Judith Fox added that institutional investors "want to know that the investment's not going to be at risk because something's going to ...|
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VanEck has expanded its range of ETFs, announcing two new offerings to join its new Global Clean Energy ETF.
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The financial services software company has announced its plans to launch a technological solution to meet the Design and Distribution Obligations (DDO), commencing 5 October 2021.
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Capgemini has named a new managing director for Australia and New Zealand, following the recent promotion of Olaf Pietschner.
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Victorian-based Ahmed Saad appeared in court after being charged with dishonestly obtaining financial advantage by deception for his role in an illegal retail superannuation scheme.
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