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|A former financial adviser will spend six years in prison for stealing nearly $3 million of clients' superannuation money.|
|As more young workers turn to mum and dad, and social media for financial advice, a new survey finds that the educational system is failing to provide practical financial literacy skills for students as they navigate the workforce.|
|High levels of stress and anxiety are tempting 42% of financial advisers to exit the industry, as reports of burnout underscore the toll their work is taking on their physical and mental health, new research suggests.|
|AMP has launched six new partnered managed portfolios (PMP) with advice practices, bringing the total range to 11.|
|Financial adviser and personal finance influencer Victoria Devine is launching a She's on the Money branded investment platform, powered by robo-adviser Six Park.|
|The rise of ethically minded financial advisers has reached the point where clients have been sacked because they do not align with their values.|
|ASIC is taking action against a financial services group for allegedly paying conflicted remuneration totalling $165,000 to its financial advisers who gave inappropriate SMSF and property advice.|
|A $5 billion superannuation fund is introducing a robo intra-fund advice solution to members.|
|The Financial Planning Association of Australia used its submission on the single disciplinary body for financial advisers to renew calls to remove the Tax Practitioners Board as a regulator of the sector.|
|The Financial Advisers Ethics and Standards Authority has added two degrees to its approved list of courses.|
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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