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The Benefits of FSC Membership

Membership of the FSC brings with it a number of benefits for both Full Members (wealth managers) and Supporting Members (professional services firms which service the wealth managers).

There are some differences in membership benefits, depending on the category.

Full Membership of the FSC brings with it the following benefits:

  • Direct input into the financial services policy and regulation through FSC representations to and dialogue with the Government;
  • Participation in the Financial Services Council’s activity at every level - including the Board, Board Committees and Working Groups to contribute to the public policy debate;
  • Access to a range of highly-credentialled policy managers across the business;
  • Regular FSC Road Shows delivered at your office;
  • Professional Series Briefings on the latest legislative and regulatory issues free to you and your staff;
  • The opportunity to provide your employees with professional development whilst participating in the public policy debate and helping to form public policy;
  • Networking opportunities with Ministers, bureaucrats and regulators;
  • CEO Bulletins on important topics;
  • Invitations to CEO breakfasts and CEO Boardroom Series Lunches (by invitation only);
  • Participation in the Annual FSC DST Chief Executive Officer Survey;
  • Participation for your staff in the FSC Deloitte Future Leaders Award Program;
  • Preferential rates at all Financial Services Council events including conferences and lunches; 
  • Our monthly FSC News to keep up to date with policy and other news;
  • Access the Member’s only website which includes information and briefings not available to non-members;
  • Training services at preferential rates and CPD points recognition by a number of associations when attending our conferences; and
  • A vote at the Annual General Meeting or Extraordinary General Meetings.

Supporting Membership of the FSC brings with it the following benefits:

  • Direct input into the financial services policy and regulation through FSC representations to and dialogue with the Government;
  • Participation alongside Full Members in Working Groups, giving you the opportunity to showcase your organisational capabilities;
  • Access to a range of highly-credentialled policy managers across the business;
  • The opportunity to provide your employees with professional development whilst participating in the public policy debate and helping to form public policy;
  • Professional Series Briefings on the latest legislative and regulatory issues free to you and your staff;
  • Invitations to CEO breakfasts;
  • Preferential rates at all Financial Services Council events including conferences and lunches;
  • Networking opportunities with government and regulators;
  • Access to the member’s website which includes information and briefings not available to non-members;
  • Our monthly FSC News to keep up to date with policy and other news and other news on an ad hoc basis;
  • Training services at preferential rates and CPD points recognition by a number of associations when attending our conferences; and
  • The opportunity to be heard at the Annual General Meeting, or Extraordinary General Meetings, (but no entitlement to vote or nominate for election to the Board).

Our role at the FSC is to work with our Members to ensure the changes we champion benefit the industry and consumers.

To discuss membership further contact Sharon Sherry at membership@fsc.org.au or (02) 9299 3022.

To read about how to become an FSC Member click here.

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