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Industry responds to Dover shutdownBY JAMIE WILLIAMSON | TUESDAY, 12 JUN 2018 1:03PM
The Association of Financial Advisers will lobby ASIC and the Federal Government to extend the transition period provided to Dover Financial Advisers' authorised representatives in the wake of the dealer group's shock closure.
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