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|The flow of retirement savings from superannuation funds to the self-managed sector continues. But is the river drying up?|
|A fund that gives SMSFs and HNWs exposure to unlisted infrastructure assets like airports and toll roads is planning to raise $50 million in March|
|The Self-Managed Super Fund Association recognised several distinguished participants in the SMSF community on the final day of its national conference.|
|Challenger chairman of retirement income Jeremy Cooper said the Royal Commission's outstanding lesson for SMSF advisers is to keep their feet in one canoe.|
|Investment experts are split on how SMSFs should invest if Labor's proposed franking credit refund policy is enacted.|
|A clear objective within superannuation will result in better regulation for all parts of the industry, according to a panel of experts.|
|Both sides of the franking credit debate were given air time during day one of the Self-Managed Superannuation Fund Association's national conference in Melbourne, but one dominated.|
|Threats to the SMSF sector certainly exist, but they are outweighed by opportunities, according to the Self-Managed Super Fund Association.|
|The Queensland Supreme Court has issued orders against a man who ran an unlicensed advice business and collected kickbacks on investment properties he recommended to his SMSF clients.|
|An industry association has used its pre-Budget submission to call for the introduction of a spousal rollover measure to help bridge the gender gap in superannuation balances.|
The September financial adviser exam pass rate was stable at 60% but continues to fall below the overall pass rate of 88.5%.
The House of Representatives Standing Committee on Tax and Revenue has released a report aimed at overhauling Australia's corporate bond market.
Future Fund's latest portfolio update shows the sovereign wealth fund is just shy of hitting $200 billion.
Share trading platform Superhero will take the $40 million it has raised this year to expand into New Zealand by mid-2022.
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