Here’s a snippet of some questions I asked in Economics Estimates yesterday. Lots of financial advisers in mum-and-dad businesses have contacted me concerned that FASEA’s unreasonable interpretation of the education requirements at law is stripping their industry of its most experienced practitioners. I went to bat for them, because advisers with the experience to have developed good judgment are important to the profession in making sure that consumers get good quality, value for money advice. It’s not just about uni degrees on the wall.
FASEA - Estimates 2019
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