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Bank staff selling investment products are 'masquerading' as advisers

Should banks, AMP, be allowed to directly sell investment products they create?

Jenny Ruth
Thu, 26 Apr 2018

Independent financial advisers represented by lobby group SIFA want to see banks and other organisations who both produce financial products and sell them banned from using the word “adviser” for their salespeople.

SIFA has put in a supplementary submission to the Financial Advice Code Working

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Jenny Ruth
Thu, 26 Apr 2018
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