In this week’s episode, Ben Nash’s ‘let’s have at it’ approach with Philip Kewin (CEO) (@afa_ceo) and Marc Bineham (National President) (@afa_pres) of the AFA (www.afa.com.au) explores some of the most discussed and debated topics within the XY community and the advice profession as a whole. We’re talking vertical integration, fee for no service, grandfathering, FASEA and the Royal Commission itself.
Philip and Marc do a great job of sharing their insights and providing a ‘big picture’ overview regarding the cost of advice and how we can leverage technology to work towards a more sustainable advice profession [for all involved].
If you have concerns or questions on any of the topics mentioned above, you can contact the AFA directly with any and all feedback by heading to their contact page. (www.afa.asn.au/contact-us)
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