Managed Discretionary Accounts (MDAs) are a relatively new investment solution available to consumers and financial advisers following recent advances in platform technology. MDAs are constantly evolving and are at a point where advisers can offer clients a broad range of
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In a year of bushfires, cheap money, a US Presidential election and a global pandemic, investors were exposed to a rollercoaster ride of mixed emotions, panic selling, and dizzying bouts of volatility. Reflecting back on the calendar year 2020, it
It was a busy day for the Federal Government, announcing the proposal to disband FASEA, introduce lack of independence disclosure requirements and then finally, introduce a new fee disclosure regime. Advisers had been hit with an increasingly complicated set of
Way back when it was possible to have relatively open conversations with company management and receive mostly unscripted responses. Nowadays the access is limited, and minders watch carefully for any possible deviation from the standard line. The politician response of
In a year of bushfires, cheap money, a US Presidential election and a global pandemic, investors were exposed
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