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04 June 2007 • By James Dunn • 1 min read

High-yield investing under the spotlight

The collapse of Westpoint, Fincorp and now Australian Capital Investors has put high-yield investing under the spotlight.Westpoint investors thought ...

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S&P puts brakes on UBS fund

S&P puts brakes on UBS fund; ING, ANZ to deliver ATM-linked pension; Calliva given green light for SuperAccess; Macquarie's new platform cuts out ...

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PIS to refocus on IPO

PIS a step closer to listing on the stock exchange after appointing outside help.Professional Investment Services (PIS) looks to have moved a step ...

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Financial Services Partners adds three staff

Dealer group Financial Services Partners has taken on three staff members.Dealer group Financial Services Partners (FSP) has taken on three staff ...

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Members grill Finsia board

Unsatisfactory answers have been given to members about the proposed sale of the Finsia arm in $36 million deal.Unhappy practitioners, members and ...

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Investors cautioned over high risk schemes

Investors are paying a high cost for not reading the fine print, commentators warn.Research houses and fund managers have urged investors to get clued ...

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Retirement costs under the microscope

New research aims to gain a better understanding of the retirement needs.Wealth manager AMP will be heavily involved in a new research project ...

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Protestors gather on PM's doorstep

A group of investors will peacefully protest about the corporate watchdog at PM John Howard's office on Monday.Westpoint investors enraged at the ...

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Banking giant tightens UK grasp

Global group closes deal to expand its offering in UK non-standard mortgage market.International banking firm The Investec Group (Investec) ...

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Aussies feel more cash-strapped

After steadily decreasing for years, financial insecurity has suddenly increased by 7 per cent according to research.Feelings of financial security ...

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