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New AFCA remit not enough: Law firmBY KANIKA SOOD | MONDAY, 17 JUN 2019 12:05PM
A law firm has approached the Treasury with concerns the reforms made to the Australian Financial Complaints Authority after the Royal Commission are flawed and need urgent amendment.
Read more: AFCA, Australian Financial Complaints Authority, Creevey Russell Lawyers, Royal Commission, Dan Creevey, Department of Treasury, Federal Government, David Locke, Financial Ombudsman Service, Investments Ombudsman, National Farmers Federation, Superannuation Complaints Tribunal
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