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Compensation experts boost chief executive pay
KARREN VERGARA  |  WEDNESDAY, 24 APR 2019
... longer the firm retains the services, the more the chief executive is paid. Lead researcher Nelson Ma and UTS Business School lecturer said the correlation between the length of time a consultant is retained and the chief executive's pay could be ...
New degree tackles adviser education standards
KARREN VERGARA  |  FRIDAY, 16 NOV 2018
UTS Business School is introducing a new postgraduate financial planning course in 2019 to meet increased adviser demand resulting from FASEA's education standards. The Master of Financial Planning will be suitable to new entrants to the industry ...
AIOFP slams FASEA proposals, launches petition
KARREN VERGARA  |  MONDAY, 20 AUG 2018
... Sydney-based practice Capital Wise takes Daly's board position. The rest of the board comprises Johnston, UTS Business School director Sarath Delpathitra, Lifespan adviser and academic Halle Yilmaz and Pinn Deavin Group executive chair Michael Pi ...
Vulnerable clients easily manipulated: study
KERRIE SYDEE  |  WEDNESDAY, 24 AUG 2016
... the College of William and May, Virginia, USA; Professor Hazel Bateman of UNSW, Dr Christine Eckert of the UTS Business School; the ANU's Dr Fedor Iskhakiv and professor Jordan Louviere of the University of South Australia. The research aimed to "unpack ...
CFA societies launch advocacy council
DARREN SNYDER  |  FRIDAY, 12 FEB 2016
... deputy chief executive and chief investments officer, AustralianSuper Gerhard Hambusch - senior lecturer, UTS Business School - University Technology Sydney Catherine Savage - managing director, Savage Group Limited and Independent Director Maria Wilton ...
Age Pension under the spotlight in tonight's budget
LAURA MILLAN  |  TUESDAY, 12 MAY 2015
... pension. The pension reforms are expected to save $2.4 billion in the budget's forward estimates, Morrison said. UTS Business School Professor David Michayluk alerted that the changes might create a disincentive to save among younger Australians. In ...
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