Analysts have warned that the royal commission final report will be “highly critical” of troubled wealth giant AMP and expect its recommendations to negatively impact the group’s vertically integrated business.
The Treasurer has today confirmed that the royal commission final report will not be released on 1 February.
The royal commission final report is likely to further damage IOOF’s chances of acquiring ANZ’s OnePath business and recommend sweeping changes to the wealth management industry.
UBS has warned that the proportion of home loan applications containing inaccuracies has increased, despite the introduction of tighter credit conditions in response to the banking royal commission.
Mistrust in the major financial institutions could make investors vulnerable to even greater scams.
The world’s largest life insurers and their subsidiaries are starting to work collaboratively and across borders to deliver funds and products designed for a new era.
Emerging markets have quickly become one of the only pockets left for investors to find yield. But how long can these growing economies continue to prop up the retirement funds of the western world?
HSBC Global Asset Management and First State Super have entered into a global equities partnership.
The CEO of IFM Investors has refused to talk about how much fund managers and executives are paid during a heated discussion before a parliamentary inquiry.
Platform providers, advice groups and aligned wealth managers are set to share their views on whether in-house conflicts can be managed effectively.
The heads of some of the largest superannuation funds in the country have been pressed over large sums of money paid to the Australian Council of Trade Unions.
Two industry super funds have revealed plans to merge next year in a move that will create a single fund with 335,000 members and $23 billion in funds under management.
A large number of institutional investors from the Asia-Pacific region are making significant changes to their asset allocation plans as their economic forecasts turn bearish.
The head of one of Australia’s largest wealth management companies will step down from his role of managing director immediately after a decade with the ASX-listed group.
A financial technology and infrastructure company has announced plans to acquire an Australian corporate trust business for $51.6 million.
The listed financial services group has today named its acting chairman and chief executive officer after APRA commenced disqualification proceedings against the group’s executives last week.
IOOF subsidiary Bridges Financial Services has entered into a strategic partnership with Bendigo and Adelaide Bank with respect to advice servicing rights of Bendigo Financial Planning Ltd’s clients.
IRESS has announced its acquisition of an international market data provider, which will continue to be operated by its founder and CEO within the IRESS group.
Morningstar is confident that financial services software provider Iress will be able to grow its market share from 65 per cent to 80 per cent as advisers and super funds look to software to mitigate risks and drive efficiencies following the Hayne royal commission.
ASIC has released updated guidance on fees and cost disclosure for issuers of superannuation and managed investment products.
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