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|AMP Australia is reducing fees on its platforms, in a bid to attract more clients.|
|With record-low interest rates set to stay in place for some time, Allianz Retire+ has released new research looking at how best to solve the cash conundrum.|
|A former ANZ and Infocus Securities financial adviser has been banned for eight years after ASIC found evidence of forgery and falsifying documents.|
|One of the ASX-listed advice and accounting group's member firms has acquired an accounting and superannuation specialist.|
|A new Sydney dealer group focused on Muslim clients is looking to hire up to 50 financial advisers in the next 12 months, as it nabs MSC Group's chief operating officer to lead the business.|
|A new financial planning software that is free of charge promises to alleviate the cost of advice.|
|AZ Next Generation Advisory (AZ NGA) has acquired two Queensland-based financial planning firms.|
|Count Financial has announced the latest firm to join its national advice network.|
|A Western Australian financial adviser has been charged with 12 more counts of dishonest conduct and three counts of false documentation in addition to previous charges for stealing super.|
|Midwinter Financial Services has integrated with client portal solution provider myprosperity.|
AustralianSuper wants to triple its investment in private credit to $15 billion in next three years, as it announces a new head for the asset class.
The Association of Financial Advisers fears that ASIC's FY21 industry levy will blow out even more than its estimates.
Willis Towers Watson appointed a new lead for its investments team in Australia as the incumbent moves to client consulting.
Property developer ID_Land announced it is getting into private funds management, targeting Australia's high-net-worths.
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