Relative Return: Dive deep into the future of financial advice with Minister Stephen Jones

12 October 2023
| By Robyn Tongol |
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Momentum Media editor Maja Garaca Djurdjevic sits down with Financial Services Minister Stephen Jones.

In this conversation, Minister Jones shares his candid assessment of the progress in financial advice, discusses his goals for the industry, addresses criticism surrounding his approach to the Quality of Advice Review, and delves into the role of superannuation funds, banks, and insurers in shaping the future of advice.

Discover the minister's vision for the advice industry and his plans to inspire young Australians to pursue careers in this field.

You’ll hear:

  • Minister Jones' reflections on his commitment to addressing industry issues and the progress made during his first year and a half in government.
  • Insights into the legislative timeline for streams one and two of the Quality of Advice Review response.
  • The minister's views on consumer protection, Michelle Levy’s good advice model, and strategies to encourage funds to offer advice.
  • The enactment of the experience pathway, its reception, and Minister Jones' message to those who find it contentious.
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