FSC appoints two to board

The Financial Services Council (FSC) has made two appointments to its board of directors, including AMP Australian Wealth Management chief executive, Scott Hartley.

Michelle Taylor, Challenger chief executive of people, corporate affairs and strategy, was the other appointment to the board.

Hartley joined AMP in January 2021 and was previously chief executive of superannuation fund Sunsuper.

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Taylor had worked at Challenger since 2016 and had 20 years’ experience in corporate affairs, sustainability and strategy.

FSC chair, David Bryant, said: “Scott and Michelle are welcome additions to the FSC board, together bringing more than 45 years’ experience to the table.

“Their respective talents and dedication to grow and protect the long-term financial wellbeing of Australians will be valued on the FSC board and we look forward to working with them.”




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From their website: "Our Full Members represent Australia’s retail and wholesale funds management businesses, superannuation funds, life insurers and financial advisory networks". I don't see one Full Member listed who represents financial advisory networks. Directors are from: TAL, Zurich, AB, Bell Asset, AMP, First Sentier, Blackrock, AIA, Bendigo, Challenger, BT, Macquarie. I don't see one director that represents financial advisory networks. Their mission includes to champion integrity, ethics and social responsibility in financial services. Bit hard to do this if they claim to represent advisors but no one there represents advisors?

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