Does FASEA Code of Ethics signal defeat on accessibility of personal financial advice?

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While the draft FASEA Code of Ethics (the Code) is another step forward in the professionalisation of financial advice, The Advisers Association (TAA) believes the scope is too narrow, too constraining and at odds with its broader intent. “Given that the broader intent of the Code is to meet the expectations of ‘the Australian community’

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AMP Financial Planners Association and Hillross Advisers Association merge to form The Advisers Association

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At annual general meetings held in Melbourne last week, members of the AMP Financial Planners Association (ampfpa) and the Hillross Advisers Association (HAA), voted to merge and form The Advisers Association Ltd (TAA), a united body that will represent advisers of both licensees. Neil Macdonald, who was CEO of both ampfpa and HAA, will remain

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