Gold Seal News

Gold Seal News 2017-06-22T05:11:40+00:00
1611, 2017

An update from ASIC

November 16th, 2017|

ASIC has updated Regulatory Guide 175 Licensing: Financial product advisers – conduct and disclosure (RG 175), to include guidance that terms such as 'independently owned', 'non-aligned' and 'non-institutionally owned' are restricted under the Corporations Act.

1611, 2017

Valerie Baker Memorial Award – applications open

November 16th, 2017|

Nominate a high achiever – recognise intermediary excellence Sponsored by Gold Seal, AIMS and Steadfast Supported by Lloyd’s “Anyone with passion for our industry and their community should apply” – Karen Hardy, winner 2017 The

1311, 2017

Client Compensation Arrangements

November 13th, 2017|

A recent targeted review of professional indemnity (PI) insurance by ASIC has found that most small companies holding AFS licences had PI insurance that met regulatory requirements They found, generally, that the small AFS licensees

1011, 2017

EPL cover growing in importance

November 10th, 2017|

The recent article EPL cover growing in importance and comments from Martine Nield, client manager in the professional and financial risk team at Gallagher, about the growing value and take-up of Employment Practices Liability insurance

2209, 2017

Managing Mental Illness in the Workplace

September 22nd, 2017|

Author: Lehanne Bleumink, Gold Seal HR Services Manager. Mental health issues, especially depression and anxiety, are common in the community. While some people have a long-term mental illness, many may have mental illness for a

2209, 2017

Workplace Myths

September 22nd, 2017|

Author: Lehanne Bleumink, Gold Seal HR Services Manager. Many employers and employees harbour misunderstandings about their rights and obligations in the workplace. The Fair Work Ombudsman receives queries daily that would demonstrate that many workplace

2209, 2017

When is Performance Management Reasonable or Bullying?

September 22nd, 2017|

Author: Lehanne Bleumink, Gold Seal HR Services Manager. The purpose of performance management is to give employees an understanding of how they are performing, areas they are succeeding in, areas they can improve, and a