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|... financial advisers are beholden to have come under fire from the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics. Labor MP Andrew Leigh questioned AMP chief executive Francesco De Ferrari on how the institution has changed since the Royal Commission. ...|
|... compliance requirements. The associations also faced questioning on the FASEA exam and the participation rate.Following that, Labor MP Daniel Molino referred to the FASEA exam as "basic", saying that it concerns him that only 7000 financial advisers ...|
|... into AMP's treatment of financial advisers, including reducing the value of its Buyer of Last Resort (BOLR) agreements. Labor senator for NSW Deborah O'Neill has written to ASIC chair James Shipton, urging him to investigate the AMP BOLR changes. Last ...|
|... Infrastructure Partners, as first reported by Financial Standard on May 1 . He is also a founding shareholder in the company. Former Labor member of parliament Lindsay Tanner has been appointed the non-executive chair while BT veteran Sue Thomas will ...|
|... advisers have been put through the wringer, with the bill having been stymied multiple times by unrelated amendments from Labor and crossbench Senators being attached to it that were not supported by the government," Fox said. "At a time when retail ...|
|... Senator Hume not being able to give any policy reason for doing so," Patrick said in the email. "However, it was supported by Labor, the Greens, and the crossbench, all of whom don't want the exemption, which applies to many of Australia's 'rich listers' ...|
|... Representatives, resulting in another delay in the extension being passed. Senator opposed Patrick's amendment, but Labor, the Greens and One Nation supported it. Labor Senator Jenny McAllistor said that Labor does support the bill, which will amend ...|
|The Labor Party is calling on Prime Minister Scott Morrison to finally put an end to the war on superannuation waged by government backbenchers, in an effort to ensure Australia rebounds from COVID-19 "faster and better". Financial Standard has obtained ...|
|... to extend the ban on conflicted remuneration to listed investment companies and trusts after consultation with Treasury. Labor had been agitating for the move for some time, and attached it as an amendment to an omnibus bill which also carried an extension ...|
|... members by super funds within five business days after the member is approved for early release by the Australian Tax Office. Labor MP Andrew Leigh expressed concern that chair of the commission Liberal MP Tim Wilson was only enquiring about conflicts ...|
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After BetaShares' success in attracting investors to its geared, index-shorting ETFs during COVID's market decline, another player is getting ready to throw its hat in the ring.
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Australian Unity has appointed a new chief executive for its wealth and capital markets business, as it also launches a new green bond fund backed by Crestone Wealth Management.
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A Monash University lecturer has pushed the case for a GST holiday, which he argues is the most effective way to generate "maximum economic bang for the government's buck".
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First Nations Foundation (FNF) has launched an online resource to help Indigenous Australians find, manage, and grow their superannuation.
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