Managing the risk of recovery in financial portfolio transfer transactions

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We’ve recently noticed that both buyers and sellers have heightened concerns about their risks and exposures when transferring financial advice portfolios. Both are looking for different ways to manage their financial risk of recovery. Sellers want to know what their liabilities and obligations to the buyer are and when they will end. While buyers want certainty […]

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Deal trends: Warranties and indemnities in the sale of financial advice portfolios

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The sale of financial advice portfolios is on the rise and both buyers and sellers are finding new ways to allocate risk. In this post, we put the current deal trends under the microscope. Following the Royal Commission, and as we move towards the deadlines for new FASEA requirements to be implemented, it’s become a […]

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Don’t lose tomorrow’s leaders, lock them in

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As the level of M&A activity increases in the financial services industry post Royal Commission, it’s time to put in place incentives so you don’t lose key employees. Many business owners count on key employees being there to take over the reins. But often key employees leave to work for a competitor or start their […]

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Deal breakers and deal changers in the financial planning M&A space

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The financial services industry has seen blow after blow recently with the introduction of new Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority (FASEA) education standards and the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry (the Royal Commission). The flow-on effect already experienced on the way financial planning businesses are bought and sold […]

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