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AFA, FPA share bleak view of industryBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | TUESDAY, 30 JUN 2020 12:21PM
The Association of Financial Advisers and Financial Planning Association of Australia have appeared before the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics, sharing austere views of the financial advice industry.
Read more: FASEA, AFA, Association of Financial Advisers, Financial Planning Association of Australia, FPA, Investment Trends, Labor MP Daniel Molino, Liberal MP Craig Kelly, Liberal MP Jason Falinski, Phil Anderson, Phil Kewin, Royal Commission, Sam Perera, Tax Practitioners Board
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