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20 Apr 2018
New 10-year jail penalties for financial misconduct unveiled
Individuals found to have committed serious financial crimes could find themselves jailed for 10 years under new penalties announced by the Turnbull g...
20 Apr 2018
To cut through the BS, ‘look out for impact’
The question around institutional investors’ ability to truly pivot towards responsible investing remains, but retail investors can make change by l...
18 Apr 2018
Do Aussie investors have their nest eggs in one basket?
Aussie investors overweight in domestic equities are essentially invested in the housing sector alone, a portfolio manager has said, calling for inves...
17 Apr 2018
Can ESG investing answer 'the inequality issue'?
Capitalism and sustainability aren’t necessarily bosom buddies, but there are rays of hope within environmental, social and governance-aligned (ESG)...
16 Apr 2018
Tech bubble fears misplaced: Lonsec
While investors may be concerned by Facebook's recent share price wobbles the likelihood of a late 90s'-like tech bubble forming is thin, an investmen...
12 Apr 2018
Thinking about RMBS? Here’s where to start
Despite being a popular way to invest for retirement, investing in property isn’t for everyone. This is where investing in mortgage-backed securitie...
10 Apr 2018
A return to double dividend taxation a 'really regressive step': Keating Treasury official
It would be a “really regressive step to go back to double taxation of dividends”, a former Treasury official from the Hawke-Keating government ha...
10 Apr 2018
‘There’s a question on fixed income liquidity’: ETF 'Godfather'
Arguing that it’s impossible to predict the future for ETFs, the chairman of SPDR’s global business has acknowledged there are questions around th...
9 Apr 2018
Geopolitics ‘getting real’: what a trade war could mean
Global volatility is unlikely to taper anytime soon, investment analysts agree, but that doesn’t mean Aussie investors should be too worried. ...
9 Apr 2018
‘Game changer’ ETF launches
An Australian ETF manager has announced the world’s lowest cost Australian ETF, but there’s more to ETFs than just costs, another investment manag...
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Bill Shorten’s proposal to reform dividend imputation has ruffled a few feathers. Is the pitch:
An attack on self-funded retirees
A necessary reform of Australia’s tax system
A politically-fuelled manoeuvre
Not enough to repair the budget
An attack on self-funded retirees ( 50.9% )
A necessary reform of Australia’s tax system ( 18.5% )
A politically-fuelled manoeuvre ( 25.2% )
Not enough to repair the budget ( 5.5% )