New year, new regulations

With the government resuming its focus on the legislative response to the royal commission, 2021 promises to be a busy year for advisers from a regulation and compliance perspective.

In this episode of The ifa Show, host Sarah Kendell is joined by BT head of financial literacy and advocacy Bryan Ashenden to discuss adviser regulatory priorities in the new year. 

Bryan touches on what’s next as FASEA’s powers are rolled into Treasury and ASIC’s Financial Services and Credit Panel, how advisers have been preparing for the removal of grandfathered revenue, and what we might see from ASIC’s consultation into affordable advice.

Bryan also dives into the debate around raising the superannuation guarantee and the challenges of providing scaled advice under the current regulatory regime.


New year, new regulations
Bryan Ashenden
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