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Money Spinners: Banking, sales, spin and charging money for nothing

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Published: August 2019
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BIC Subject: Banking
Published By: Penguin
 
Published: 20-Aug-2019
Format: Paperback, 288 pages, 0x0mm
ISBN: 9781760893170
Stock Code: 0893170
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Is financial advice riddled with scandals because there are just a few bad apples or is there an inherent conflict in the profession?

Financial advice in Australia started with insurance brokers going door to door dispensing advice, and that slowly edged its way into financial advice then, compulsory superannuation set the industry off and racing. There have been scandals, collapses, merges, soft approaches to regulations and a history of skewed priorities. The drive for competition saw a lack of self-regulation that lead, ultimately to the Banking Royal Commission and an opportunity to expose the worst operators and the bad advice being dispensed. Incompetence, conflicts of interest and greed are all exposed.

Where to from here? ASIC and APRA have become emboldened, but where will ordinary Australians be going to receive the best direction for a secure financial future? Annelise Nielsen has watched and studied the implosion of the financial services sector and in clear language, wades through the weasel words to provide some clarity.Is financial advice riddled with scandals because there are just a few bad apples or is there an inherent conflict in the profession?

Financial advice in Australia started with insurance brokers going door to door dispensing advice, and that slowly edged its way into financial advice then, compulsory superannuation set the industry off and racing. There have been scandals, collapses, merges, soft approaches to regulations and a history of skewed priorities. The drive for competition saw a lack of self-regulation that lead, ultimately to the Banking Royal Commission and an opportunity to expose the worst operators and the bad advice being dispensed. Incompetence, conflicts of interest and greed are all exposed.

Where to from here? ASIC and APRA have become emboldened, but where will ordinary Australians be going to receive the best direction for a secure financial future? Annelise Nielsen has watched and studied the implosion of the financial services sector and in clear language, wades through the weasel words to provide some clarity.
Annelise Nielsen is a political reporter at Sky News Australia. A journalist with a wide range of experience covering stories across Australia, Asia and the Middle East. With a bachelor's degree in law and a year working in a professional services firm, my work as a journalist is often driven and informed by a strong interest in justice, the Australian legal system and politics.
 
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