So ASIC admit that the regulatory changes that have driven up the cost of advice will drive the very consumers it purports to protect to "advice" providers (super funds) that are not held to the same degree of scrutiny that personal financial advisers are. It would appear the "best interests" test doesn't always apply to policy decision-making.
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