Financial planners say they continue to have reservations about the proposed Compensation Scheme of Last Resort (CSLR) and the Financial Accountability Regime (FAR) after legislation for the two Hayne royal commission-backed measures was introduced in the House of Representatives last week.
AIA Australia has extended its CancerAid programme to AIA Health Insurance (AIA Health) customers after four years of seeing the programme's positive impact on life insurance customers.
Financial advice has traditionally focused on objective financial well-being. However, a new study by AIA Australia has shown that a client's subjective financial well-being is the missing piece of the well-being puzzle.
Despite rising cost of living pressures, younger, healthier people are increasingly taking out private health insurance, a report published has found, in a trend one health policy expert described as "not rational".
About 93% of financial planners intend to increase their fees next year, while funds under advice steadily rises.
Despite Australians indicating they are willing to pay more to engage an adviser, affordability remains a key challenge for the financial advice industry.
The Council of Australian Life Insurers (CALI) says it has secured the support of the industry as the new peak body prepares for incoming CEO Christine Cupitt to start in January.
AIA Australia (AIA) has partnered with AusCycling, a national sporting organisation developing, facilitating, and growing all forms of cycling in Australia.
Australians who seek financial advice measure better on all aspects of quality of life and better mental health, according to new research from the Financial Planning Association of Australia.
Millions of Aussies have cancelled or lowered their health insurance policies as premiums and the cost of living soar, a new survey found.
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