JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  THURSDAY, 14 DEC 2017   12:04PM
Under the proposed standards released today by the Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority, all existing advisers will be required to make a choice between several different education pathways -and some of their current qualifications may fail to get them over the line.
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CBA admits to anti-money laundering breaches, AUSTRAC flags new allegations
KARREN VERGARA  |  THURSDAY, 14 DEC 2017
CBA admitted systems glitches have led to it breaching anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism laws on more than 53,000 occasions, and flagged it is bracing itself for new allegations to be handed down by AUSTRAC.
APRA unveils proposed RSE reform package
KARREN VERGARA  |  WEDNESDAY, 13 DEC 2017
APRA has announced a raft of proposed changes that will ensure registrable superannuation entities are ultimately delivering the best outcomes for members.
AAT upholds ruling against ex-Macquarie and ex-Credit Suisse advisers
EMMA RAPAPORT  |  TUESDAY, 12 DEC 2017
The AAT has affirmed ASIC's decision to ban a former Macquarie equities financial adviser and former Credit Suisse employee from providing financial services for three years.
Super and insurance inquiry necessary: Poll
KARREN VERGARA  |  MONDAY, 11 DEC 2017
The Federal Government expanding the remit of the banking Royal Commission to include the insurance and superannuation sectors is strongly supported by the majority of readers polled in Financial Standard's weekly survey.
ASIC widens conflicted adviser remuneration rules
ALEX BURKE  |  THURSDAY, 7 DEC 2017
ASIC has added additional conditions to its definitions of conflicted remuneration in financial advice both in light of recent reforms and to address specific concerns.
AFCA, key housing bills passed
EMMA RAPAPORT  |  THURSDAY, 7 DEC 2017
A number of new measures that will dramatically impact the way consumers interact with the financial services industry have cleared both houses of parliament.
MyPlanner enters ASIC radar
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  WEDNESDAY, 6 DEC 2017
Privately-owned dealer group MyPlanner has negotiated additional conditions on its AFSL after it was found to be providing poor financial advice and failing to adequately supervise its representatives.
Government superannuation reforms shelved
EMMA RAPAPORT  |  TUESDAY, 5 DEC 2017
The Federal Government has been forced to pull its controversial superannuation bills for the year after losing the support of key crossbench senators.
SMEs lack cybersecurity resilience: ASIC
KARREN VERGARA  |  MONDAY, 4 DEC 2017
Financial services firms are tackling cybersecurity risks seriously but smaller organisations still have a long way to go according to the corporate regulator raising greater awareness on the issue.
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