A former Brisbane financial adviser will serve at least six years behind bars, after being found guilty of six charges of dishonestly causing detriment to clients to the tune of $5.9 million.
A dealer group boss decided to close down its Australian Financial Services License after finding it hard to restock advisers with the FASEA education requirements.
A digital advice firm has voluntarily shut down two robo-advice tools after ASIC raised concerns.
A member of the CountPlus network has acquired a boutique financial planning practice.
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