Miscellaneous 2003

Financial Services Reform - How Far Can You Go?

Source: New South Wales

Published Date: 8 May 2003

FSR has crept up unawares on accountants and lawyers. It imposes a blanket prohibition on giving financial product advice without being appropriately licensed and takes a broad approach to what constitutes this type of advice. It has cast doubt on whether many accountants and lawyers can continue to provide some of their current advisory services without now being licensed.

This presentation highlights major issues to be aware of and indicates the steps the Taxation Institute is taking on behalf of its members.

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Financial Services Reform - How Far Can You Go?

Author(s): Michael Payne-Mulcahy


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Miscellaneous 2003

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