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Hayne final report will not ‘fix the rot’, says FSU
The Finance Sector Union believes the Hayne commission final report fails to make the recommendations the sector desperately needs and will not “fixRead more
NAB CEO and chairman announce resignations
NAB chief executive Andrew Thorburn and chairman Ken Henry have announced they will be resigning from their roles. Write comment (30 CommentRead more
AMP restructures wealth management business
AMP has announced a number of changes to the management team of its wealth business on the back of the final recommendations from the royal commissionRead more
AFA concedes grandfathered commission ban as ‘inevitable’
The Association of Financial Advisers has called the Hayne commission’s call to ban grandfathered commissions “inevitable” despite having long aRead more
FASEA reduces reading time in final exam standard
The Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority has put out the final standard for the adviser exam, which includes less reading time than what wRead more
Former NSW premier joins Crescent Foundation
A former Australian foreign minister and NSW premier has joined the charitable foundation of non-aligned licensee Crescent Wealth as its new chairman.Read more
Adviser disclosure bias gets licensee support
A requirement for advisers to disclose their degree of independence, impartiality and bias, or lack thereof, will be a good thing for clients, accordiRead more
Bank shares rise a day after Hayne findings
The share prices of the big four banks have gone up following the release of the royal commission final report but the same could not be said for theRead more
RBA holds cash rate following Hayne final report
The central bank has decided to keep the official cash rate on hold for February a day after the Hayne royal commission handed down its final report. Read more
Industry replies to final Hayne commission report
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has embraced the recommendations put forward by the final report of the Hayne royal commission released yesterday. WRead more
Instos and banks likely to receive criminal charges
Criminal charges against the banks and institutions will be a possibility following the recommendations made in the final report of the Hayne royal coRead more
Adviser bias disclosure leads Hayne recommendations
Introducing new laws to disclose an adviser’s lack of independence is one of a number of key recommendations the Hayne royal commission has highlighRead more
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