Redraft the bloody bill, Minister

The Senate committee's FoFA report is a quietly worded plea for Mathias Cormann to reconsider his proposed amendments to the bill. He should, but only after the Senate concludes its ASIC inquiry.

On first reading, the Senate committee’s review of the government’s amendments to the Future of Financial Advice legislation seems a mealy-mouthed shambles that mumbles its approval of the plan to throw FoFA under the bus -- and that’s the way it has largely been received.


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