May 21, 2019
Are you more confident in the future viability of your advice business following the re-election of the Coalition Government?
- Yes (64%)
- Not sure yet (15%)
- It makes no difference (14%)
- No (7%)
Our latest poll is checking on how you think the result of last weekend’s federal election may impact your advice business.
We’ve reported elsewhere that feedback to Riskinfo this week suggests there’s a more optimistic mood among advisers and licensees about the future of their advice businesses (see: Returned Coalition Government Eases Pressure…), but we’re keen to hear from as many advisers and other industry stakeholders as we can.
We’ve yet to speak with anyone in the financial services sector who is anything other than pleased with the return of the Morrison Government, and while we’re not in the habit of running ‘Dorothy Dixer’ poll questions, we’re very keen to learn about what the election result means to you and the extent to which your own view is reflected (or not) by your peers.
We appreciate there remain issues that are critical to the ongoing viability of many advice businesses in a changing regulatory world, and don’t for a minute think that a returned Coalition Government will suddenly deliver outcomes desired by advisers and those who advocate on their behalf.
Nonetheless, we’re very interested to gauge your view on whether the surprise return (for most) of the Morrison Government has changed your thoughts about the future of your business.
Tell us what you think and we’ll report back next week…