News Round Up
FPIA board on adviser regulation, Register and win, AMP goes to Asia, What to do when your manager leaves.
Sunday, May 20th 2001, 10:27PM
The board of the Financial Planners and Insurance Advisers discussed the issue of compulsory adviser regulation/registration at its meeting on Friday.
President Paul O'Brien says details of what happened at the meeting will be made public on Tuesday (tune in to Good Returns for all the details).
In the meantime visit the Forum section of the site to see what other advisers are staying about the issue.
If you have a view on the issue feel free to have your say.
Register online and WIN
Register for this year's Financial Planners and Insurance Advisers Conference online at Good Returns and be in to win this great book valued at $44.95.
Everyone who registers and pays for the conference online before June 6 will go into a draw to win Irrational Exuberance.
This book, written by Prof Robert Schiller, is an excellent look at what is happening in the United States market.
For full details of the conference and the online registration form
This page includes programme details - speakers and workshops, conference information and an accommodation guide.
AMP moves into Asia
AMP has taken its first step into the Asian wealth creation market and protection markets by establishing operations in India and Japan.
AMP ceo Paul Batchelor says these are high growth markets which have the potential for creating strong returns for the company.
"AMP is adopting a long-term low risk approach to Asia, establishing partnerships with strong and reputable local players and creating attractive options for the future," he says.
What do you do when a fund manager leaves?
For answers to this question visit the Features section.
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