By Money Management The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has confirmed it has increased its efforts to better understand the inner workings of the financial planning industry by recruiting from within the sector. Money Management understands former employees of small practices and institutions such as AMP have been poached by . . . → Read More: ASIC recruits from within the financial planning industry | Money Management
By Money Management Financial services players have taken aim at competition concerns and potential conflicts in institutionally owned investment platforms. For the latest financial services and investment management news and analysis go to www.moneymanagement.com.au You can also connect with Money Management on iPad (http Facebook (www.facebook.com Twitter (twitter.com and Google+ (plus.google.com
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ASIC’s regulatory framework around financial planner education is changing, which means many planners will have to pull their socks up and hit the books. Chris Kennedy reports.
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Now into its third year, the popular Vision 2020 Symposium will be held on October 19, 2011 at the Old Mill in Toronto, ON as part of Financial Planning Week. The Symposium is attended by industry leaders, regulators, government officials and financial planners, producing lively discussion on current and emerging issues . . . → Read More: Financial Planning Week 2011 Promo
Financial Markets (ECON 252) First, Professor Shiller discusses today’s changing financial system and recent market stabilization reform introduced by US Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson. The financial system is inherently unstable and would benefit from more surveillance, particularly for consumer protection issues, given the recent subprime mortgage crisis. Although this particular reform . . . → Read More: 17. Investment Banking and Secondary Markets