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Count announces new Head of Professional Standards

Count has announced the appointment of Phil Creswell as our new Head of Professional Standards.

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Evolving our technology systems

Reg Gabila joined Count Financial late last year from BT, where he worked for 15 years across a number of advice and technology roles. In a time of transition both for Count Financial and the industry, Reg will drive how Count firms manage their systems in response to the challenges they face.

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Staying energised at work

We’ve all been there: you emerge from what seemed like brief moment in time to realise that distant mumble is the discussion in a meeting which you should be listening to, or the sentence you’ve read several times hasn’t actually penetrated into your thinking.

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How to build a valuable review

Building an intentional review meeting can make all the difference.

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Client impact on APRA’s proposed changes to Individual Disability Income Insurance

In December 2019, APRA proposed a number of sustainability measures in response to the large industry losses caused by Individual Disability Income Insurance (IDII) over the past five years. 

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Managing your time

In a disruptive work environment, finding ways to manage your time can free you up for other key tasks.

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CountPlus and Count Financial raise $100,000 for Lifeline’s new Bushfire Recovery Line

CountPlus has donated $100,000 to Lifeline to assist with the establishment of their Bushfire Recovery Line, following the devastating fires that have occurred in recent months across Australia.

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GET MATCH-FIT FOR THE FASEA EXAM

The FASEA exam is a key part of the professional standards uplift for financial advisers. Here’s a rundown of the exam basics – and some study tips to help you sail through on the day.

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MENTAL WELLBEING IN AN AGE OF DISTRACTION

In the last week alone, do you know how many times you’ve used your smartphone to log into your social media account, check your emails, or google a question?

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