Remuneration debate: the ball's in your court

Tuohy, Larissa
June 2006
Money Management;6/15/2006, Vol. 20 Issue 21, p10
Trade Publication
The article comments on the fees versus commissions debate among financial planners in Australia. According to the author, the government has no plan of getting involved in the debate. It is an issue for the industry to decide. However, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission has indicated that it would encourage more dealer groups to move to fee-based remuneration models.


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