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| | WEDNESDAY, 14 APR 2021 12:20PMA new report finds that it is possible for financial advisers to attract young clients and convince them about the benefits of advice and life insurance using new strategies.|
|Atlas Wealth Management has launched a mortgage-broking business and appointed a director to help expatriates buy property in Australia.|
|Wealth managers and financial advisers are encouraged to use technology and behavioural tools to assist clients in making better financial decisions, according to behavioural finance experts.|
|Fidelity Investments is in the process of hiring about 1000 licensed financial planners in the US in a bid to meet the skyrocketing demand for advice.|
|New research from Investment Trends has revealed that high-net-worth investors in Australia have changed their view of professional financial advice since the pandemic.|
|Unadvised Australians are open to receiving financial advice, according to an IOOF survey, which also highlighted the qualitative benefits that improve lifestyles and overall wellbeing.|
|Financial advisers are turning to managed accounts when looking to implement responsible investment solutions for their clients, new research shows.|
|Three former MLC firms are joining Count Financial, as its network of financial advice businesses continues to expand.|
|MetLife Australia has partnered with a healthcare provider to expand its virtual services for financial advisers.|
|New research from University of Melbourne researchers has identified two reasons why financial advisers don't recommend annuities to their clients.|
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While the events of 2020 showed superannuation funds manage liquidity well, funds should consider the extent to which they rely on certain asset classes for liquidity, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has said.
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Challenger's multi-boutique business will distribute the $54 billion Impax Asset Management's sustainability strategies in Australia and New Zealand.
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Nearly 20 years after ETFs started trading in Australia, their total assets crossed $102 billion at the end of March.
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A new report finds that it is possible for financial advisers to attract young clients and convince them about the benefits of advice and life insurance using new strategies.
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