Webstreaming offered on key FOFA event

With next Tuesday's ‘2013: FOFA and the New Reality' event in Sydney having sold out, Money Management and the Financial Services Council are now offering webstream access to it.

The event will examine the latest developments with respect to the Future of Financial Advice regulations and the positioning of financial planning practices in an election year.

Speakers will include Australian Securities and Investments Commissioner Peter Kell; FSC chief executive John Brogden; Financial Planning Association chief executive Mark Rantall; Securitor's Matt Englund and Colonial First State's Marianne Perkovic.

To register for access to the webstream click here, contact [email protected] or phone 02 94222896

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