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AMP appeals Manning ruling

AMP is appealing the court ruling that ordered financial planner Angela Manning pay $45,000 for poaching clients from the company....

by Madeleine Collins

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  • ATO focus on auditor independence

    While auditor independence is not covered by SIS Regulations, the ATO does have the power to disqualify auditors over independence issues an...

    by Fiona Harris
  • Professional needed

    Mislabelled as do-it-yourself funds, self managed super funds are here to stay...

    by Julia Newbould
  • SPAA success spurs greater ambition

    SPAA has announced it plans to have a Specialist Advisor working on every SMSF within five years....

    by Julia Newbould
  • Too much income problem for clients

    Clients will need both their accumulation and pension accounts to help manage their money needs when the new super reforms commence from Jul...

    by Fiona Harris
  • Shameless self-promotion #242

    Every week at eyeFA we look for ways to make the mag more eyecatching and readable . somewhat like News Of the World. Unfortunately, for us,...

    by Reporter
  • SPAA quotes

    Our round up of the best and most memorable quotes from the SMSF Professionals' Association of Australia conference....

    by Reporter
  • Advisers need to be ready for AML

    Self-managed superannuation fund (SMSF) advisers need to be prepared to implement anti- money laundering (AML) regulations despite escaping ...

    by Stephen Blaxhall
  • Reversing on your equity

    The reverse mortgage market has exploded, providing a huge opportunity for financial planners, but the advice industry has mixed feelings ab...

    by Victoria Young
  • ANZ reshuffles senior execs

    Four ANZ senior executives are involved in a global job swap. ...

    by Madeleine Collins
  • Study finds ERFs sub-standard

    ERFs are charging exorbitant fees and obstructing people from finding their lost super, researchers say....

    by Madeleine Collins
  • Sydney rocks for charity

    Sydney's financial services community (FICAP) raised over $100,000 at a karaoke night at the Loft Bar in Sydney on Wednesday....

    by Julia Newbould
  • Balance needed in disclosure debate

    IFSA boss Richard Gilbert says the industry is acutely aware of managing conflicts of interest but more balance in the debate is needed....

    by Madeleine Collins
  • Financial advice firm denies Westpoint link

    A financial planning company being sued for millions by Westpoint investors has denied ever doing business with the disgraced property group...

    by Madeleine Collins
  • FSR disclosure breaches rife, says planner

    Many financial planners are failing to comply with their legal obligations to disclose conflicts of interest, an industry report has found....

    by Madeleine Collins
  • Independents beef up buying power

    Seven dealer groups have joined forces to beef up their competitive advantage and buying power....

    by Madeleine Collins
  • MetLife's Collis looks offshore

    Metlife moves former retail head of distribution to a regional role in Asia Pacific....

    by Julia Newbould
  • Carey slips from ASIC's grasp

    Westpoint boss Norm Carey's brother has dodged ASIC's attempt to freeze his assets....

    by Madeleine Collins
  • Govt predicts more DIY funds

    The super reforms are likely to push more people to set up self-managed super funds (SMSF), the Assistant Treasurer says....

    by Madeleine Collins
  • Some more super than others

    You may be comparing apples with apples in an industry fund, but some are achieving much higher returns than others......

    by Julia Newbould

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