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In Focus: Update on the royal commission

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Todd Stevens 2 minute read

It has been a month since the banking royal commission’s final report was released with each week seemingly bringing new updates, political inroads and campaigns to showcase the value of the broker proposition and the remuneration structure. 

In this episode of In Focus, Annie Kane is joined by MFAA CEO Mike Felton to outline what has been happening since the royal commission report’s release, the driver and uptake of the MFAA’s Don’t Kill Competition campaign and an update on the work of the Combined Industry Forum.   

In this episode, tune in to find out:

  • Mike’s thoughts on Commissioner Hayne’s report
  • What he believes brokers need to be focusing on now
  • The silver lining that has come out of all of the upheaval

And plenty more!   


Articles of interest:

In Focus: Unpacking the findings of the banking royal commission report
How the future of broking could change in 2019
Assistant Treasurer ‘supportive’ of brokers

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