|One hundred finalists across 20 categories will represent leading financial services marketing, advertising and sales professionals at the 2017 Financial Standard MAX Awards.|
|A Commonwealth Bank executive was recognised for her unwavering commitment to improving the lives of Australia's most marginalised teenage girls at the Financial Executive Women 2017 Leadership Conference in Sydney yesterday.|
|This year's MAX Awards will feature a new category - the Financial Literacy Campaign of the Year - to recognise the crucial role the industry plays in furthering wealth education.|
|Financial Standard journalist Alex Burke has been honoured for a series of feature articles on retirement income, winning an award at the Australian Citi Journalism Awards for Excellence.|
|The Financial Industry Community Aid Program (FICAP) raised more than $200,000 at its 11th annual 'Who Wants to be a RockStar?' fundraiser last night.|
|The countdown is on to FICAP's "Who wants to be a RockStar" night this Thursday at The Ivy Ballroom.|
|Ahead of new regulatory requirements the Institute of Managed Account Professionals will establish a sub-committee to represent the interests of managed discretionary account providers.|
|FICAP, the Financial Industry Community Aid Program, has announced the details of its much anticipated Who wants to be a RockStar event.|
|Finsia has revealed the winner of the 2016 Hugh DT Williamson scholarship.|
|Preparations are underway for the 2017 'Who Wants to be a RockStar?', an annual event organised by the Financial Industry Community Aid Program (FICAP) in the name of music and youth charity.|
The executive manager of operations at a $17 billion industry superannuation fund resigned recently, with a replacement yet to be appointed.
Clime Investment Management has partnered with Sequoia to launch a new fund that aims to provide a yearly income of 8%.
A three-day trial has been scheduled for the landmark case brought against Rest by member Mark McVeigh.
A retail superannuation fund has dropped the investment fees on three options by 10 bps to 19 bps, with its chair saying the cuts will help it be more competitive.
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