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|... boycotting the FASEA exam and fighting to retain life commissions, has shuttered. The United Financial Advisers Association (UFAA), which claimed to have 6000 members, quietly ended operations recently. The association announced that it had ceased on ...|
|... to a call for associations to merge in order to better represent the industry. The United Financial Advisers Association (UFAA) has called on its 6000-strong membership base to boycott the FASEA exam. UFAA chair Alex Vagliviello said that industry reform ...|
|... at a rapid pace as it takes up the fight to retain life insurance commissions. The United Financial Advisers Association (UFAA) now has over 4000 members after launching just a few months ago. Alex Vagliviello, principal of Charles Alexander Financial ...|
|... advice bodies in a scathing open letter detailing the concerns raised by advisers at its recent inaugural conference. The UFAA said the top issue raised by advisers was that the AFA and the FPA failed to represent members' interests, despite being ...|
|... membership to 2500 advocating for several reforms in the advice sector. Formerly known as the Life Insurance Customer Group, UFAA recently rebranded and decided to cease lobbying for two months in anticipation of the recent Federal Election results. ...|
Christian Super is reducing insurance premiums for most of its members, saying the offering now better aligns with what is available at other super funds.
The head of investment stewardship at VFMC has departed, with an interim replacement appointed.
KPMG Australia and The Table Club have produced a new report revealing how much growth family offices expect from investments and what they want from investment managers.
A former Westpac executive has joined BlackRock to lead its wealth division for Asia Pacific.
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