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|In its next phase of growth, the wealth management group has opened the doors to its new office in Tasmania which will offer full-service stockbroking and financial planning.|
|IOOF has seen over $1 billion in outflows from its advice business in the second quarter due to its business transformation program known as Advice 2.0.|
|Investment and retirement strategies around the family home were hot topics for financial advisers' clients in 2020.|
|The Australian Financial Complaints Authority has been forced into a rule change regarding its jurisdiction over authorised representatives after a court decision.|
|Life insurer TAL has launched another round of its FASEA exam masterclass, which aims to prep financial advisers for the exam.|
|A former financial adviser was banned after it was revealed he was not adequately trained, despite working in the industry for nearly 15 years.|
|The federal government is driving hard the importance of accessing quality, affordable financial advice.|
|Fidelity International has launched a new restricted advice service, Fidelity Wealth Management, in the UK with five advisers and another six on the way.|
|Six Park has launched its first range of sustainable portfolios in partnership with a Melbourne-based financial advice firm.|
|The number of financial advisers licensed by AMP dropped dramatically in 2020, with the institution no longer the largest AFSL in the country by number of advisers.|
The Australian Taxation Office yesterday couldn't answer exactly how many stapling-triggered employer checks it expects, but maintained its readiness for a July 1 go-live.
The asset manager is partnering with a start-up to build a new platform for institutional investors to trade digital currencies.
Australia's largest superannuation fund is taking issue with the proposed stapling regulations, arguing that the model is backwards and will not protect members from being stuck in dud funds.
The prudential regulator has commenced industry consultation on revisions to the prudential standards for life insurers to protect life insurance policy holders against the use of offshore reinsurers.
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