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Advisers to consult on ASIC's behalfBY JAMIE WILLIAMSON | WEDNESDAY, 29 MAR 2017 1:07PM
ASIC has formed a committee comprising practicing financial advisers in a bid to improve the advice industry's engagement with the regulator.
Read more: ASIC, AFA, Financial Advisers Consultative Committee, Associates Mark Everingham, Association of Financial Advisers, BFG Financial Services Kevin Smith, Craig Banning, Financial Standard, JBS Financial Strategists Chris Brycki, Mal Dobson, Navwealth Group Jenny Brown, Personal Risk Professionals Tony Gillett, Peter Kell, Retirewell Financial Planning Adam Goldstien, Samantha Clarke, Skeggs Goldstien Accounting Cathryn Gross, Stockspot Steven Dobson, The Professional Super Advisers, Twelve Wealth Suzanne Haddan
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