Sam, 49, and his wife Lisa, 46, were feeling the pressure to provide for future of their four dependent kids, aged between 8 and 15, without sacrificing their current financial position. With a steady annual income between Sam and Lisa of around $370,000, the couple decided to take some risks to better their financial position and invest in the children’s future.
Tyndall AM's head of fixed income strategy, Roger Bridges, explains that aside from exploiting alpha opportunities within credit markets, a core bond holding should also help dampen some of the risks inherent ... Watch video
The annual MAX forum places all the movers and shakers in financial services when it comes to sales, marketing and distribution. Find out the recipe of those who are taking the lead. Watch the video n ... Watch video
Reflecting on more than three decades in the industry, Platinum Asset Management managing director Kerr Neilson says one of the changes in the industry has the been the erosion of the information advantage ... Watch video
Spring FG to pursue more acquisitions27 October 2014, 11:45amSpring Financial Group has appointed corporate adviser KTM Capital to explore further acquisitions, shortly after buying Pink Diamond Financial Group and Moneytree Partners Group. Read more
Government clarifies adviser register funding27 October 2014, 11:45amThe government's public register of financial advisers will raise $5 million over the next four years by increasing the Australian Financial Services (AFS) licensee annual lodgement fee with the Australian ... Read more