HARRISON WORLEY  |  MONDAY, 17 FEB 2020   11:20AM
TAL is preparing to launch a new training course to educate financial advisers in how to support clients suffering as a result of natural disasters.
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Partnership sees improved advice services
ELIZA BAVIN  |  MONDAY, 17 FEB 2020
Members of a $13 billion superannuation fund are benefitting from expanded financial advice capabilities via a partnership with Link Advice.
Advisers choose remediation over advice
ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  FRIDAY, 14 FEB 2020
A recruiter has revealed advertisements for jobs in financial advice are only attracting between two and eight applications, while advice remediation jobs can see up to 300 applicants.
FASEA extension passes
ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  THURSDAY, 13 FEB 2020
The bill to extend deadlines for the Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority exam and education requirements has passed the House of Representatives.
Former Macquarie adviser cops lifetime ban
ALLY SELBY  |  THURSDAY, 13 FEB 2020
A former Macquarie Group financial adviser has been permanently banned from the industry, following an ASIC investigation into the adviser's "dishonest" and "misleading" behaviour.
NAB further delays offloading MLC
ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  THURSDAY, 13 FEB 2020
National Australia Bank in its quarterly update flagged another delay to the separation of MLC Wealth.
AMPFPA action progresses, associations merge
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  WEDNESDAY, 12 FEB 2020
The AMP Financial Planners Association is anticipating a class action to be filed on behalf of its members later this month, as it gears up to merge with the Hillross Advisers Association.
AMP faces fresh class action
ALLY SELBY  |  WEDNESDAY, 12 FEB 2020
AMP is facing a fresh class action, as Shine Lawyers confirms it is investigating whether the firm's financial advisers breached their fiduciary and statutory duties to an estimated 100,000 clients.
Product provider makes big FASEA promise
ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  WEDNESDAY, 12 FEB 2020
Lonsec has released a new product which it says will help financial advisers avoid getting caught out by the Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority Code of Ethics.
Former licensee boss banned
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  TUESDAY, 11 FEB 2020
ASIC has said the former chief executive of Spectrum Wealth Advisers had a poor understanding of his obligations and failed to ensure advisers complied with the law, banning him over his involvement in the licensee's numerous failures.
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