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FAAA Submissions

An important part of the FAAA’s work to influence policy is the development of formal submissions to Federal or State government departments such as Treasury or regulators such as ASIC.

2024 Submissions

Tax Practitioners Board

24 May 2024

Department of Home Affairs

24 May 2024

Senate Standing Committees on Economics

26 April 2024

Treasury

19 April 2024

AUSTRAC

22 March 2024

Department of Health and Aged Care

8 March 2024

Home Affairs

1 March 2024

Senate Economics Committee

23 February 2024

Australia Taxation Office

23 February 2024

Senate Standing Committee Economics

23 February 2024

Tax Practitioners Board

16 February 2024

Treasury

9 February 2024

Treasury

31 January 2024

Treasury

29 January 2024

Treasury

25 January 2024

Treasury

23 January 2024

Senate Standing Committees on Economics

19 January 2024

Retirement, Advice and Investment Division

10 January 2024

The FPA Four Policy Pillars

The policy submissions we develop follow the four key principles of our strategic policy framework, known as our ‘Four Policy Pillars’. These pillars are:

  1. It must be in the public’s best interest
  2. It must enhance professional practitioners
  3. It must be in line with the Government and regulatory requirements
  4. It must adhere to the FPA Code of Professional Practice.

The FPA Four Policy Pillars

Read more about the Four Policy Pillars in this article from Financial Planning magazine.

Help us shape the future

Whilst we are extremely active in the development of policy submissions that affect financial advisers and consumers, it is our desire to give FAAA members a voice in this process.

If you would like to make a contribution to any ongoing policy issues, we would love to hear from you. You can submit your policy recommendation using this template. This will help you map out your policy recommendations in line with our Four Policy Pillars. Your completed submission can be emailed to policy@fpa.com.au.

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