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|... advisers, paraplanners and client service officers. 3. Major advice licensee in possible best interest breach SMSF Advisers Network had additional licence conditions imposed after ASIC surveillance spurred concerns the licensee had inadequate supervision ...|
|... million in the last year. AMP Financial Planning, IOOF Group, Commonwealth Financial Planning, NAB and SMSF Advisers Network are the five largest advice licensees. IOOF is the fastest growing group among the big six - increasing its adviser footprint ...|
|... group in the three years to December 2018 was the National Tax and Accountants Association, also known as SMSF Advisers Network. Over the three year period, the licensee went from just 11 advisers to more than 1080. The rapid and significant increase ...|
|... licensees following an investigation sparked by phenomenal growth in adviser numbers in just six months. SMSF Advisers Network has had additional licence conditions imposed after ASIC surveillance spurred concerns the licensee had inadequate supervision ...|
|... women, accounting for 38% of total advisers. Overall, the licensees with the most women advisers are AMP, SMSF Advisers Network, Commonwealth Financial Planning, Westpac and NAB. From a geographic perspective, despite having the fewest advisers in the ...|
|... and Hunter Green. Overall, the largest licensees are AMP Financial Planning, Charter Financial Planning, SMSF Advisers Network, Commonwealth Financial Planning, Count Financial, Westpac, GWM Adviser Services, Morgans Financial, NAB and Synchron.|
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