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Macquarie expands its Virtual Adviser Network offering with the “Build for the Future” program

Financial Newswire Contributor 1 August 2022

Over the past decade, Macquarie’s Virtual Adviser Network (VAN) team have worked with principals from more than 100 of the industry’s leading advice firms, helping them to grow and evolve their practices to thrive in an increasingly complex landscape, gaining deep insights on what makes a successful and sustainable advice…

The Adviser Portal – Intelligent, intuitive and seamless

Financial Newswire Contributor 15 July 2022

At Zurich and OnePath The Adviser Portal is more efficient than ever before. Bringing you access to two insurers with three highly sought-after products, underpinned by two powerful underwriting engines - all with one simple sign-on.

Making it easier for you to do business and perform at your best, The…


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Grow your successful Financial Planning business today

Financial Newswire Contributor | 1 July 2022After Fiducian acquired People's Choice Credit Union's financial planning business in 2022, they've welcomed 16 new financial planners.
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Income protection insurance – from bad to worse

Col Fullagar | 30 March 2022Life/risk expert, Col Fullagar argues that where income protection insurance is concerned, the situation has gone from bad to worse.
Several headshots of speakers at FNW Roundtable

Yes, the banks will come back to advice – on their terms

Mike Taylor | 29 November 2021The major banks will re-enter financial advice but on their terms according to Financial Newswire's roundtable,
Several headshots of speakers at FNW Roundtable

Financial planning faces inevitable consolidation

Mike Taylor | 26 November 2021The financial planning industry is facing inevitable consolidation according to a Financial Newswire roundtable.
High Net Worth being written on grid paper with blue marker

Why helping clients become HNW beats finding HNWs

Mike Taylor | 16 November 2021HNW clients are rare and developing them may be easier than finding them.