Post Tagged with: "Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking Superannuation and Financial Services Industry"

Why risk advice could be the future domain of the rich

Why risk advice could be the future domain of the rich

The sustainability of risk advice is under threat, with nearly two in five advisers offering life insurance advice claiming they are not able to deliver this profitably under changes to […]

by March 9, 2020 0 comments Advice, APAC, Global, Risk
Tinkering with adviser standards undermines the profession

Tinkering with adviser standards undermines the profession

The financial advice education, professional and ethical standards program overseen by the Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority (FASEA) not have been universally popular, but it was the best thought-out […]

The advice gap: it’s real, it’s happening now, and it needs to be bridged

The advice gap: it’s real, it’s happening now, and it needs to be bridged

Financial advice in Australia has a poor reputation. The Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services industry caused trust in the sector to plummet, but even […]

by September 10, 2019 0 comments Advice, APAC, Global, Insights, Legislation, Profession
Research: Independent licensees in favour as institutions take a dive

Research: Independent licensees in favour as institutions take a dive

Institutionally branded Australian financial services licensees have experienced a severe downturn in adviser satisfaction in CoreData’s 2019 Licensee Research. Satisfaction with institutions has taken a beating following the Royal Commission […]

by August 27, 2019 0 comments Advice, APAC, Global, Insights
Judge AMP not by what it says, but by what it does

Judge AMP not by what it says, but by what it does

People of a certain age may have experienced a sense of déjà vu as AMP unveiled another transformation strategy last week and vowed – once more – to focus on […]

It’s not me, it’s you: When advisers rethink client relationships

It’s not me, it’s you: When advisers rethink client relationships

When the Future of Financial Advice (FoFA) laws were introduced in 2013, the officially pronounced aim was to “improve the trust and confidence of Australian retail investors in the financial services sector […]

by August 1, 2019 0 comments Advice, APAC, Consumers/retail, Global, Industry