We maintain strong relationships with all key stakeholders and actively fight for fair outcomes that advance our profession, and benefit Australians. Through our work in policy, we strive to create a professional culture of accountability, setting and enforcing professional and ethical standards that result in trusted and transparent financial advice.
While we maintain strong ongoing relationships with key politicians, engaging with your local Member of Parliament (MP) is an effective way of demonstrating that you support the concerns raised by the FPA and care about the laws that govern both your profession and the financial affairs of all Australians.
Our Advocacy Kit has been developed to provide you with tips on the best ways to engage with your MP. You will also find fact sheets about current issues that you may want to bring to your MP’s attention, along with a fact sheet about financial planning and the FPA.
We are always keen to hear valuable feedback and suggestions from our members, as well as listen to concerns about any policy issues that affect the financial planning profession.