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Rate the Government’s performance

Mike Taylor16 January 2024
Parliament House

The Albanese Labor Government has now been in power since May 2022 and an assessment of legislative and regulatory change to financial services suggests that, thus far, its achievements have been modest.

While the Government has outlined a range of proposals for reform to financial advice, many of them resulting from the Quality of Advice Review (QAR), very few of them have yet found their way into legislation.

As the Government approaches its two-year mark in office, how do you rate its performance and that of the Assistant Treasurer and Minister for Financial Services, Stephen Jones?

Do you believe they have done enough or are they just marking time?

Please complete this brief survey:

Mike Taylor

Mike Taylor

Managing Editor/Publisher, Financial Newswire

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1 month ago

Albo seems to think not being ScoMo is all that’s needed to be prime minister.
Stephen Jones seems to think not being Jane Hume is all that’s needed to be financial services minister.

It’s long past time for Albo and Jones to start doing their jobs properly, rather than relying on bad memories of their predecessors.

Useless fools the lot
1 month ago

Jonsey has really fixed the Hot Mess of BS mass over regulation of Advice = NOT !!!!!

1 month ago

Pretty pathetic if you ask me – politics these days seem to attract the dregs of society.
Albo isn’t a leaders bootlace! Won’t face the issues, runs for cover from the hard issues, can’t or won’t answer the hard questions, stands for nothing and has achieved nothing.