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|... the superannuation industry around the standards that trustees should be held to." Luke Hooper, special counsel at Mills Oakley, explained the case has ramifications for the ways super funds interpret the sole purpose test. "The sole purpose test is ...|
|... Lisa-Marie McKechnie was appointed partner of the financial services law division after spending nine years at law firm Mills Oakley, where some of clients included Hostplus, QSuper and First State Super. At Mills Oakley, McKechnie focused on super and ...|
|... about $700 billion, which made the witness list for the fifth round of hearings beginning in Melbourne this week. Mills Oakley special counsel Luke Hooper says an obvious starting point is whether the use of members' money meets the sole purpose ...|
|... planning and accounting space in its local regions." Focus was advised by Minter Ellison, and MW Lomax was advised by Mills Oakley and Chase Corporate Advisory.|
|... grown by 20% over the past 12 months. This partnership follows similar arrangements with estate planning specialists Mills Oakley Lawyers and Australian Executor Trustee (AET). "Our philosophy is to partner with specialist firms who have a similar commitment ...|
|Law firm Mills Oakley will launch a new specialised legal service for private and family businesses and wealthy individuals on 14 March. Private Advisory, which will be opened by The Hon Peter Costello AC, provides advice on corporate structuring, asset ...|
|... back some $15 million from investor growers who have defaulted on their loans from the firm. Last Friday law firm Mills Oakley Lawyers, who were engaged by administrator KordaMentha, had lodged writs in the Supreme Court of Victoria to recover the loan ...|
HESTA's former executive of advice strategy has taken on a new role at another industry fund.
Senator Jane Hume has slammed the superannuation industry over the excuses used by super funds for not merging, saying there is simply no excuse when members' best interests are at play.
Two major insurance providers have cleaned up at the Association of Financial Advisers' Life Company of the Year and Consumer Choice Awards.
If financial markets were waiting for the Australian labour market report to raise the odds of another RBA rate reduction, they're too late. Now only one question remains.
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