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IFAs Benefiting From RC Fallout

16 November 2018 by Mike Taylor, Money Management

The Royal Commission has seen a distinct shift from bank-aligned financial planners towards independents, according to Adviser Ratings managing director, Angus Woods.

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8 November 2018 by Lucy Dean, Yahoo! Finance

Adviser rating and customer review service, Adviser Ratings launched the first robo-adviser register in October, in the hopes of opening advice up to a much wider audience.

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29 October 2018 by John Kavanagh, Shed Connect

Adviser Ratings has launched a new service called Smart Tools Register, designed to help consumers find digital advice services, savings and budgeting apps, credit scoring sites, aged care support services and online brokerages.

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29 October 2018 by Karren Vergarra, printed version in Slice of Financial Standard article

Adviser Ratings has launched a new website that compares a multitude of robo-advisers in the market. The Robo Adviser (Smart Tools) register profiles 36 financial management fintech solutions sold directly to consumers that provide budget...

Women Shun Financial Advisers in Favour of Money Advice from RobotsWomen Shun Financial Advisers in Favour of Money Advice from RobotsWomen Shun Financial Advisers in Favour of Money Advice from Robots

28 October 2018 by Nina Hendy, SMH, WA Today, Brisbane Times, The Age & The Canberra Times

Robo-advisers are reporting a substantial spike in the number of female investors, citing a "perfect storm" of the fallout from the banking royal commission and the empowerment of the #Metoo movement.

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28 October 2018 by Nina Hendy, The Age

Robo-advisers are reporting a substantial spike in the number of female investors, citing a "perfect storm" of the fallout from the banking royal commission and the empowerment of the #Metoo movement.

Women Shun Financial Advisers in Favour of Money Advice from Robots (4)Women Shun Financial Advisers in Favour of Money Advice from Robots (4)Women Shun Financial Advisers in Favour of Money Advice from Robots (4)

28 October 2018 by Nina Hendy, The Canberra Times

Robo-advisers are reporting a substantial spike in the number of female investors, citing a "perfect storm" of the fallout from the banking royal commission and the empowerment of the #Metoo movement.

Women Shun Financial Advisers in Favour of Money Advice from Robots (1)Women Shun Financial Advisers in Favour of Money Advice from Robots (1)Women Shun Financial Advisers in Favour of Money Advice from Robots (1)

27 October 2018 by Nina Hendy, WA Today

Robo-advisers are reporting a substantial spike in the number of female investors, citing a "perfect storm" of the fallout from the banking royal commission and the empowerment of the #Metoo movement.

Women Shun Financial Advisers in Favour of Money Advice from Robots (2)Women Shun Financial Advisers in Favour of Money Advice from Robots (2)Women Shun Financial Advisers in Favour of Money Advice from Robots (2)

27 October 2018 by Nina Hendy, Brisbane Times

Robo-advisers are reporting a substantial spike in the number of female investors, citing a "perfect storm" of the fallout from the banking royal commission and the empowerment of the #Metoo movement.