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|ASIC has permanently banned former Sentinel Wealth financial adviser Gavin Fineff, after he was charged with misappropriating between $3.3 and $5 million of client money. On May 7, Fineff was arrested and charged by New South Wales Police with 18 offences ...|
|A former Sentinel Wealth financial adviser with a gambling addiction has been charged with stealing $3.3 million from clients. New South Wales Police confirmed to Financial Standard that Gavin Fineff was charged with 18 offences of dishonestly obtaining ...|
|... regulations. "There are many pages... for all of us to pour over," he said. Financial strategist Justin Hooper of Sentinel Wealth, a non-aligned financial advisory firm, said it could not go far enough. "There should be nothing that influences an advisor ...|
|... for individuals and $2.75 million for companies, if they break the law. Justin Hooper, financial strategist for Sentinel Wealth, said clients sometimes want to minimise their tax even if they make no money. "If people come with the wrong objective, you ...|
|... prospectus and does not require that management discuss its fund's performance." Financial strategist Justin Hooper of Sentinel Wealth, said advisers, like consumers, had been beaten into submission over years of trying to get information out of tight-lipped ...|
|... positively to the campaign as a whole and many said the levy would be worth it. Justin Hooper, managing director of Sentinel Wealth, and a CFP for 12 years said the strategy was a good start, even if memberships fell. "We are at a tipping point in the ...|
In a year the average fund posted over 18% in returns, CommBank's Essential Super was the top one-year performer.
Superannuation funds can expect their results in the first performance test by August 31 under the new Your Future, Your Super reforms, according to an APRA letter sent Friday.
The Federal Court found that RI Advice Group's failure to provide rigorous oversight over a former financial adviser resulted in bad advice to consumer detriment.
Member of Parliament Tim Wilson will lead the charge to determine if big super's domination over the Australian sharemarket is stifling competition.
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