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FSC bulks up its financial adviser representation stocks

While known for being the flagbearer for financial product providers, the Financial Services Council is now making serious inroads into the financial advice sector.

Tahn Sharpe | 24th Apr 2024 | More
FSC maps out alternative super spending path for retirees

The Financial Services Council commissioned the Retirement Income Policy Roadmap to help the superannuation system put greater emphasis on the drawdown phase. Industry leaders say the biggest hurdle is a deeply entrenched fear of running out of money.

Lisa Uhlman | 28th Jul 2023 | More
Aussie Super prompts more Bragg ire over New Daily

Industry fund-owned ‘The New Daily’ is once again in political hot water after a controversial deal with AustralianSuper to auto-subscribe 800,000 of the fund’s members to the publication. ‘The New Daily’ has become a bee in the bonnet for a number of Liberal backbenchers, most notably NSW Senator Andrew Bragg, who has characterised the publication…

Lachlan Maddock | 21st Jun 2021 | More
  • New regulatory framework taking shape for advisers

    April may well be remembered as the beginning of the next phase of financial advice in Australia. While the establishment of FASEA may have had far reaching implications, a triumvirate of news this week is set to shape the way advice is delivered and advisers are regulated for decades to come. Leading the headlines was…

    The Inside Adviser | 22nd Apr 2021 | More
    Plans for a simpler, cheaper advice system

    The Financial Services Council (FSC) is to now prepare a policy discussion (a ‘green paper’) for the industry and government, to be delivered in 2021, following the release of a major report by Rice Warner proposing sweeping changes to Australia’s financial advice system. The Rice Warner report was commissioned by the FSC and discussed at…

    Greg Bright | 22nd Oct 2020 | More