Category: SIAA Newsroom

The year in review

Judith Fox, CEO, SIAA We think you will agree that it has been another big year at Stockbrokers and Investment Advisers Association (SIAA) and a year of significant change for […]

The return of yield

Provided by Kapstream For a time, the benefits from allocations to fixed income were vastly reduced as interest rates were lowered to stimulate our way out of the pandemic. Investors, […]

History of stockbroking in Australia

Since their origins in coffee-shop meetings of stockbrokers in London and Amsterdam four centuries ago, most stock exchanges around the world were structured as mutual organisations of stockbrokers. From the […]

The underlying issues with SPACs

By Peter Milios, Corporate Connect Research Although they have been around for decades, SPACs – or Special Purpose Acquisition Companies – grew increasingly popular during the COVID-19 pandemic, with recorded SPAC […]

Unconscious bias

By Angela Godfrey, Angela Godfrey and Associates The proportionate representation of women in the stockbroking profession remains low, with 13% female membership of SIAA likely a fairly accurate representation of […]

Finding certainty in an uncertain market

By Markus Mueller, Co-Founder, Australian Bond Exchange Global Economic Outlook Given the unstable economic environment and the uncertainty around the conflict in Europe, it is now more important than ever […]

Did anyone ask the clients?

By Geoff Rogers, Iress Are onerous compliance requirements getting in the way of delivering the experience your clients actually want from your business? Better data practices could be the solution […]