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More than half of advisers without association membershipBY JAMIE WILLIAMSON | THURSDAY, 8 NOV 2018 12:33PM
Latest research suggests more than half of the financial advisers in Australia are not affiliated with any industry association, despite the impending professional standards reform.
Read more: AFA, FPA, AMP Financial Planning, CPA Australia, IPA, Rainmaker, Financial Planning Association of Australia, AIOFP, Association of Financial Advisers, Association of Independently Owned Financial, FBAA, Finance Brokers Association of Australia, Institute of Public Accountants, Interprac Financial Planning, MFAA, SMSFA, SMSF Association, Synchron
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