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ASIC using intimidation tactics on grandfathering: AIOFPBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | WEDNESDAY, 16 OCT 2019 10:49AM
ASIC is using intimidation tactics to get product providers to shut down grandfathered commissions early, according to the Association of Independently Owned Financial Professionals (AIOFP).
Read more: AIOFP, ASIC, High Court, Corrs Chambers Westgarth, BOLR, AMP Financial Planners Association, AMPFPA, Buyer of Last Resort, Peter Johnston
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