In Focus: How and why the Morrison government changed its mind on broker commissions

by Annie Kane7 minute read
In Focus: How and why the Morrison government changed its mind on broker commissions

In this exclusive interview with shadow financial services minister and former assistant treasurer, Stuart Robert MP, editor of mortgages Annie Kane finds out what the Morrison government really thought about the banking royal commission’s broker remuneration recommendations.

The former assistant treasurer reveals why the government was “uncomfortable” with brokers being included in the banking royal commission, and its reasons for scrapping its “action” on broker remuneration.

Tune in to find out:

  • How Treasury reacted to the recommendations on broker remuneration
  • How the broking community engaged with the Coalition government
  • Why he thinks brokers are an asset to borrowers

And much more!


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