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16 April 2007 • By Julia Newbould • 1 min read

BlackRock wins two new mandates

BlackRock's Australian Quantitative Equity team has won another two mandates.BlackRock's Australian Quantitative Equity team will no longer take ...

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Deal us in

This issue features our 2007 Dealer Group Survey, which compares dealer groups in terms of planner numbers and funds under administration

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Fenning members perform strongly

Two members of ex-Tynan McKenzie boss Tony Fenning's Best Advice project have demonstrated their high calibre, ranking in the top 10 dealer groups ...

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Groups recruiting their way to the top

Australian Financial Services, the star performer outside the top 10 in the dealer group survey, recruited more than 50 advisers in the six months to ...

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High net worth clients no fluke

Personalised service and smaller client bases are telltale signs of success in the high net worth market and the results of a very targeted and ...

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Insurance woes dog planners

Financial planners could be forced to pay multiple excesses on their professional indemnity insurance.Changes to the way ...

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Market trends go against growth

Markets have been running so hot that many dealer groups are not focused on growing adviser numbers.Markets have been running so hot that many dealer ...

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PIS holds onto prime position

Professional Investment Services PIS has once again secured top spot in the IFA dealer group survey.Professional Investment Services (PIS) has once ...

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Staying in peak positions

The top 10 has been a hive of activity as most groups on the list continue to build adviser numbers.The top 10 has been a hive of activity as most ...

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Strong backers for new entrants

Wholly-owned subsidiaries of large funds management groups are breaking new ground as fresh entrants in this year's dealer group survey

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