While ASIC’s proposed consent requirements are comprehensive, as detailed in our submission to Treasury on the Exposure draft legislation to implement the same recommendations, ISA considers that ongoing fee arrangements should be banned and advisers should be required to charge for specific services, when those services are provided.
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