Gallery 20 Apr 18
Jaw dropping moments from Australia’s Royal Commission
It’s squeaky bum time for senior executives as Australia’s banking, superannuation and financial advice firms face the intense scrutiny of a Royal Commission. Click through the slides below to read some of the incredible moments from the first week of the review into financial advice.
Gallery 19 Apr 18
Busting cohabitation myths across 6 jurisdictions
In the UK, many couples mistakenly believe that they acquire similar rights to a married couple after living with their partner after a fixed period of time has elapsed. In an attempt to bust cohabitation myths, Teresa Cullen, partner at international law firm Fladgate, looks at what rights unmarried couples have in several jurisdictions.
AMP misleading Aussie regulator could bring ‘jail time’
Australian treasurer Scott Morrison says revelations financial services giant AMP intentionally and repeatedly misled the regulator over advice fees charged to its own customers could result in “jail time”, a sentiment echoed by the regulator.
London calling for Singapore asset management masters students
A masters programme for asset and wealth managers in Singapore is to give its students exposure to some of the biggest global firms by holding classes in London and New York.
News 17 Apr 18
OMGI parts ways with Asian equities team
Old Mutual Global Investors (OMGI) is to hand the management of its two Asian equity funds to the firm’s global equities desk headed by Ian Heslop and part ways with fund manager Josh Crabb and his investment team, International Adviser can reveal.