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Employees being sued for their advice

One of the first basic legal concepts you learn as a budding law student is the doctrine of vicarious liability... put simply, the buck stop...

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  • Timber to MIS deductions

    The removal of up-front deductions for non-timber MIS could be a catalyst for change in the way some advisers do businesss....

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  • The luckiest people on earth - Column

    The world is getting smaller. Some planners are making the most of globalisation by working with expatriates, the people who get paid t...

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  • The main event: FICS v IMF

    It might not exactly be the Muhammad Ali-George Foreman "Rumble in the Jungle", but two heavyweights are doing battle....

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  • Fitzpatricks targets Newcastle high net worths

    Boutique dealer group Fitzpatricks Australia has opened a branch in Newcastle to cater exclusively for high net worth clients....

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  • The universe of hedge funds

    Deutsche Asset Management head of alternative product distribution Sam Mann sheds light on the various hedge fund strategies available to in...

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  • Helping clients make their mark

    Benchmarking is a well-established tool for businesses to analyse their position and identify possible opportunities for improvement. In fin...

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  • Exotic locations lure many

    Accountants are leaving the country "in droves", many heading to exotic and tax-free locations....

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  • Quality advice program raises the bar: Axa

    A rigorous in-house program has improved the quality of advice and boosted revenue at participating financial planning practices, according ...

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  • Compensation for loss

    Legislative intent and regulation of the laws enacted can be subject to interpretation....

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