| | MONDAY, 17 FEB 2020 11:20AMTAL is preparing to launch a new training course to educate financial advisers in how to support clients suffering as a result of natural disasters.|
|Members of a $13 billion superannuation fund are benefitting from expanded financial advice capabilities via a partnership with Link Advice.|
|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.|
|The bill to extend deadlines for the Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority exam and education requirements has passed the House of Representatives.|
|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.|
|National Australia Bank in its quarterly update flagged another delay to the separation of MLC Wealth.|
|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 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.|
|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.|
|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.|
An activist short seller that accused an ASX-listed agricultural fund of running "scams" was dealt a blow in a Supreme Court judgment handed down yesterday.
The $55 billion industry fund is hiking the cost of its standard insurance cover for most of its members, with those aged 55 to 64 years to be the worst hit.
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.
It's the end of the road for a BT multi-asset fund managed by Pendal after 52 years, as investor demand ebbs out.
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