While the coronavirus crisis has played havoc with portfolios and dramatically changed the way advisers work, an ongoing study from researcher Investment Trends – in partnership with Professional Planner – reveals it’s still not the heaviest burden for advisers.
Tahn SharpeApril 16, 2020
The loosening of compliance around ‘crisis’ superannuation advice may be clunky and ill-fitting, but it is a welcome step in the right direction and if applied correctly by the industry could see a broadening of similar regulatory relief measures.
Tahn SharpeApril 15, 2020
Ex-timeshare operators are lifting the lid on the sector and making a buck helping consumers get out of burdensome contracts, but AFCA is questioning whether these paid advocates are part of their problem.
Tahn SharpeMarch 9, 2020
In the high stakes area of compliance, every licensee will have its strengths and shortcomings. In a continuation of this series of columns, compliance expert Conrad Travers looks at what on offer in the market for advisers.
Conrad TraversFebruary 14, 2020
Advisers have a scant five months to overhaul their operations after the government made good on its promise to roll out some of Hayne’s most impactful royal commission recommendations.
Tahn SharpeFebruary 6, 2020
‘Most people panic’, Rhett Das says, when the regulator reaches out as part of a surveillance exercise or investigation. But panic is still better than procrastination.
Tahn SharpeNovember 20, 2019