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27 November 2006 • By Stephen Blaxhall • 1 min read

Weaven challenges planners

Both the financial planning community and the industry funds should pay for a joint independent report on their respective value to clients, according ...

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Pearce bolsters SOA for super argument

Parliamentary secretary to the Treasurer Chris Pearce has defended the government's proposal not to include superannuation under the SOA exemption for ...

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UBS chief to kick-start Asian retail business

UBS Australasian chief Colin Woods said an opportunity to "go and build" has led him to leave the top job to drive the bank's business growth in South ...

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Rebirth of an old world order

Many of the so called emerging markets are just old economic powerhouses finding their feet again, according to Aberdeen Asset Management associate ...

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Business as usual for Colonial's new chief

Incoming Colonial chief Brian Bissaker has vowed to keep up the "head of steam" created by his predecessor John Pearce.Incoming Colonial First ...

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Future Fund appoints Watson Wyatt

The Future Fund this week appointed Watson Wyatt as its asset consultant, but said it also intended to build a strong internal team.The Future Fund ...

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PE consortium bid for Qantas

Macquarie Bank and venture capital firm Texas Pacific are at the head of a consortium of private equity houses that have approached Australia's ...

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Asian investors remain upbeat

Investors in the Asian region are continuing to hold a positive outlook despite softening commodity prices, according to results of the State Street ...

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FPA welcomes reverse mortgages debate

Initial resistance from financial planners has given way to renewed interest in reverse mortgages, according to the Financial Planning Association

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ANZ buys into Chinese bank

ANZ has expanded in Asia by buying a 19.9 per cent stake in China's Shanghai Rural Commercial Bank (SRCB) for $328 million.ANZ has expanded in Asia by ...

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