Volatility deters SMSF investment

16-Apr-2018|By Malavika Santhebennur

More SMSF trustees are keeping cash in reserves amid growing concern over ongoing global volatility and regulation, opening up opportunities for advisers, according to AMP Capital. AMP Capital’s annual survey of its SMSF investors revea.. Read More

SISFA partners with Sharequity


The Self-managed Independent Superannuation Funds Association (SISFA) has partnered with Australian equity capital raising platform Sharequity, which connects self-directed investors with companies seeking to raise c.. Read More

Digital SMSF key to accountant success


Accountants servicing SMSFs have been urged to look at funds in a digital light as digital has become crucial to modern administration. This issue is the subject of a dedicated chapter in a new e-book launched by.. Read More

SMSF Expo to explore investments


Investment issues will be explored in depth as the key topic for SMSF trustees at the inaugural SMSF Expo in Melbourne this month. The event, an initiative by the SMSF Association in partnership with Exhibitions .. Read More

Ex-Suncorp adviser slapped with ban


The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has banned Queensland financial adviser Gerald Grubwinkler from providing financial services for four years. The corporate regulator found Grubwinkler h.. Read More

SMSFs eye development trusts


Specialist manager Freehold Investment Management has received significant interest from SMSF investors for its third development trust, with its capital return and opportunistic real estate offer appealing to truste.. Read More

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