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ASIC increases levy costs
ELIZA BAVIN  |  THURSDAY, 16 JAN 2020
The Australian Securities and Investment Commission has hiked the levies owed by superannuation trustees, up over 22% from what the regulator estimated in March 2019. ASIC had published the indicative levies for superannuation trustees as a minimum ...
Commonwealth Super mulls platform changes
KANIKA SOOD  |  MONDAY, 13 JAN 2020
Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation is considering making changes to how it administers about 570,000 defined benefit member accounts as its existing systems age. CSC has invited interested companies to submit proof-of-concepts for a core registry ...
MLC Wealth hires technology chief
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  MONDAY, 13 JAN 2020
MLC Wealth is expanding its executive leadership team with a new hire, responsible for transforming the business' technology and operations. Following an extensive search, Darren McKenzie has been appointed chief technology and operations officer of ...
Janus Henderson shuts down Aussie fund
KANIKA SOOD  |  FRIDAY, 10 JAN 2020
Janus Henderson Investors has shut down the $159 million Australian version of its global emerging market equities fund, returning capital to investors. The Australian fund was officially terminated on October 31 and the windup concluded a month after. ...
Chief economist update: Brexit - the news that was
BENJAMIN ONG  |  FRIDAY, 10 JAN 2020
"MPs voted to give third reading to the Withdrawal Agreement Bill (WAB) by 330 to 231 - a majority of 99 - which allows the bill to sail through to the House of Lords where peers will begin line by line scrutiny next week." This the latest news from ...
Consultation opens for design, distribution guidance
HARRISON WORLEY  |  FRIDAY, 20 DEC 2019
The financial services industry has just over three months to influence ASIC's guidance on the new design and distribution obligations. ASIC has opened consultation on draft guidance for the new design and distribution obligation laws, which are set ...
Westpac to pay $9.5m for Corps Act breaches
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  THURSDAY, 19 DEC 2019
Westpac has been ordered by the Federal Court of Australia to pay $9.15 million over poor financial advice provided by just one former adviser. The court case relates to poor financial advice provided by Sudhir Sinha which breached the best interest ...
What you read in 2019: Financial advice
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  THURSDAY, 19 DEC 2019
There wasn't a dull day to be had in Australia's financial advice industry in 2019, but unfortunately it was rarely a good thing. We are bidding farewell to the year that is likely to be remembered as one financial advisers would rather forget. ...
Westpac served class action
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  WEDNESDAY, 18 DEC 2019
Westpac has confirmed it was served with a class action on behalf of shareholders in relation to the AUSTRAC investigation. The class action has been filed by Phi Finney McDonald. The claim relates to market disclosure issues connected to Westpac's ...
AMPFP ceases MDA services
ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  WEDNESDAY, 18 DEC 2019
AMP Financial Planning has ceased providing managed discretionary account services following the imposition of tailored licence conditions by ASIC. ASIC tailored AMPFP's MDA licence conditions in March this year - the extra conditions meant a senior ...
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