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Down but not out: Top advisers adaptBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | MONDAY, 26 AUG 2019 12:29PM
Latest figures from ASIC's Financial Adviser Register (FAR) paint a telling picture of the state of Australia's financial advice sector, with close to 3000 advisers dropping out of the industry since February.
Read more: Westpac, ASIC, Ferguson Financial Planning, Multiforte Kate McCallum, AFA Inspire, Affinia, Alex Dunnin, Apogee, Commonwealth Financial Planning, Count Financial, CountPlus, FASEA, Garvan, Godfrey Pembroke, Jeff Thurecht, Lifespan, Meritum, MLC Wealth, Paragem, Royal Commission, Securitor, Tracey Ferguson, Viridian
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