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Financial Advisers Quit Industry After Hayne Shake-upFinancial Advisers Quit Industry After Hayne Shake-upFinancial Advisers Quit Industry After Hayne Shake-up

25 July 2019 by Tim Boyd, Australian Financial Review

The number of licensed financial advisers dropped by 1750 people to a total of 25,470 in the June quarter, according to a quarterly report from Adviser Ratings. Adviser Ratings chief executive Mark Hoven said the 6.4 per cent fall was du...

2,825 Advisers Gone as Migration Patterns Emerge2,825 Advisers Gone as Migration Patterns Emerge2,825 Advisers Gone as Migration Patterns Emerge

24 July 2019 by Tahn Sharpe, Professional Planner

The number of advisers leaving the industry has accelerated with 1759 ceased advisers in Q2 eclipsing the 1066 that abandoned their authorisation in Q1, new research from Adviser Ratings revealed.

AMP Advisers Prepare for Big Shake-up, Job CutsAMP Advisers Prepare for Big Shake-up, Job CutsAMP Advisers Prepare for Big Shake-up, Job Cuts

24 July 2019 by Sarah Thompson and Andy Macdonald, Australian Financial Review

It also comes as the adviser market more broadly shrinks rapidly, in light of mounting regulatory scrutiny and fee pressures. Industry research from Adviser Ratings released on Tuesday showed total adviser numbers across the country droppe...

Adviser Ratings Expands Smart Tools ServicesAdviser Ratings Expands Smart Tools ServicesAdviser Ratings Expands Smart Tools Services

19 July 2019 by Laura Dew, Money Management

Adviser Ratings has launched a range of direct to consumer (D2C) digital financial planning solutions on its Smart Tools register. The service now included 45 smart tools including solutions to help with superannuation account consolidati...

Financial Advisers Fear Fire Sales as Valuations CollapseFinancial Advisers Fear Fire Sales as Valuations CollapseFinancial Advisers Fear Fire Sales as Valuations Collapse

16 July 2019 by Duncan Hughes, Australian Financial Review

Leading networks of financial advisers, such as AMP and IOOF, still face regulatory and legal issues and the big four banks are moving away from vertical integration because of tougher education standards, the ban on grandfathered commissi...

Where the bloody hell is AMP's strategy?Where the bloody hell is AMP's strategy?Where the bloody hell is AMP's strategy?

8 July 2019 by Adele Ferguson, Australian Financial Review

In 2018 and again in the first quarter of this year, only one product was generating positive net cashflows and that product was North. AMP said the revenue margin for this product was 57 basis points of assets under management in 2018, wh...

Aussie Financial Advisers Join Rating Agency FundraiserAussie Financial Advisers Join Rating Agency FundraiserAussie Financial Advisers Join Rating Agency Fundraiser

8 July 2019 by Cristian Angeloni, International Adviser

A financial advisory firm rating agency in Australia has rolled out a crowdfunding campaign to help its mission to improve conduct and transparency in the financial services sector. Advice Ratings said it is trying to implement best pract...

Adviser Ratings Launches Crowd Funding Campaign to Improve TransparencyAdviser Ratings Launches Crowd Funding Campaign to Improve TransparencyAdviser Ratings Launches Crowd Funding Campaign to Improve Transparency

5 July 2019 by Oksana Patron, Money Management

Financial advice rating and data company, Adviser Ratings, has launched a crowd funding campaign to the public to help improve institutional conduct and transparency in the wealth management industry. The campaign would be also aimed at p...

Advisers Encouraged to Fund Hayne Commission FixesAdvisers Encouraged to Fund Hayne Commission FixesAdvisers Encouraged to Fund Hayne Commission Fixes

5 July 2019 by Adrian Flores, IFA

An advice rating and data agency has opened a crowd funding campaign to advisers as part of efforts to further develop services aimed at improving institutional conduct and transparency following the Hayne royal commission. In a statement...