The government’s new industry committee on the proposed register of advisers has held its first meeting, with stakeholders on both sides of the FOFA amendment debate represented.
Chaired by the general manager of Treasury’s Financial System and Services Division, Meghan Quinn, and ASIC deputy chair Peter Kell, the working group will help the government implement the individual adviser register project agreed to during FOFA amendment negotiations with the Palmer United Party.
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