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CFS beefs up distribution team

Colonial First State has beef up its distribution strategy to financial advisers through an internal reshuffle....

by Madeleine Collins

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  • Complaints standards could cost millions

    FICS says new complaints handling standards could cost licensees millions....

    by Madeleine Collins
  • Regulator defends actions over Fincorp

    ASIC breaks its silence to defend its actions over Fincorp...

    by Madeleine Collins
  • Slack joins former Invesco heavyweights

    Portfolio Partners founder David Slack has formed a new venture with former Invesco equities managers Rohan Walsh and Luke Sinclair....

    by Madeleine Collins
  • WHK takes Next stake

    High income earning clients targeted in latest move by Australia's fifth largest accountancy firm....

    by Victoria Young
  • FICS forced to accept higher claims

    The Federal Court has forced the Financial Industry Complaints Service (FICS) to change the way it hands out compensation....

    by Madeleine Collins
  • 401(k) sponsors face change

    Employers that automatically choose 401(k) investments for employees could face significant changes, according to United States-based global...

    by Reporter
  • Accidents, elections and the unexpected

    There are lessons there for all of us from the NSW election. Stay on message and you have more chance of keeping your clients....

    by Julia Newbould
  • A question of practice management

    Some financial planners want out, others want to wind down, while others simply want to make more money. We reveal the top questions posed b...

    by Jane-Anne Lee
  • Is your manager worth the money?

    Private equity is all anyone in Australia's investment community seems to talk about these days, and with good reason....

    by Charlie Corbett
  • Consultum poaches planners

    Consultum wants to double its number of financial planners by poaching them from large institutions and smaller lic...

    by Madeleine Collins
  • Westpoint spruiker tied to Fincorp

    At least one advice firm that channelled millions of investor funds into Westpoint also promoted fallen property syndicate Fincorp....

    by Madeleine Collins
  • Axa scoops top gong

    Sixty dealer groups have ranked their risk providers and awarded AXA life insurance company of the year....

    by Madeleine Collins
  • Insurance shoppers a fickle bunch

    More people are going online to get insurance but they are much more fickle that those who use traditional methods....

    by Madeleine Collins
  • Fincorp fallout echoes Westpoint

    Property developer Fincorp has collapsed owing up to $300 million to approximately 8000 retail investors and finance backers....

    by Madeleine Collins
  • Govt to cut red tape for licensees

    Heavy compliance burdens are likely to be reduced under federal government plans to cut red tape around disclosure for financial services li...

    by Madeleine Collins
  • Scale will cut ERF fees

    Rationalisation in Eligible Rollover Funds will see greater fee savings, with no loss in services, according to research house the Heron Par...

    by Stephen Blaxhall
  • Aberdeen captures local DeAM business

    After stalking its prey for the last 16 months Aberdeen has finally snared it, in a $148 million acquisition....

    by Madeleine Collins
  • Case in point

    Angela Manning is a pioneer in financial planning. Her case was not one of right against wrong, but instead, who has the greatest right to a...

    by Julia Newbould
  • Deutsche invests in feeding frenzy

    Deutsche Asset Management has launched a managed fund giving Australian retail investors access to global agribusiness....

    by Madeleine Collins

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