About the Financial Services Council's Members

 

The Financial Services Council (FSC) has over 100 members.

Our Full Members represent Australia's retail and wholesale funds management businesses, superannuation funds, life insurers, financial advisory networks and licensed trustee companies.

Our Supporting Members represent the professional services firms such as ICT, consulting, accounting, legal, recruitment and research houses.

The industry is responsible for investing more than $2.7 trillion on behalf of 13 million Australians. The pool of funds under management is larger than Australia’s GDP and the capitalisation of the Australian Securities Exchange and is the fourt largest pool of managed funds in the world.

The FSC promotes best practice for the financial services industry by setting mandatory Standards for its members and providing Guidance Notes to assist in operational efficiency. 

Membership of the FSC provides many benefits for both Full Members (wealth managers) and Supporting Members (professional services firms which service the wealth managers).

 

Full Membership

While some of the value propositions for your type of business may be specific in some respects, Full Membership of the FSC brings with it the following benefits:

  • Direct input into financial services policy and regulation. Your voice is heard early in the conversations;
  • Shaping the  industry and the national agenda: access to pre-consultation conversations;
  • Access, analytics, regulatory and policy work: cut by industry/sector/business;
  • Networking & intel gathering - a seat at the table;
  • 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-credentialed policy managers across the business;
  • Policy Briefings on the latest legislative and regulatory issues free to you and your staff;
  • Access to the Member’s only Portal which includes information, reports and briefings unavailable to non-members;
  • Two flagship conferences each year – FSC Leaders Summit and FSC Life Insurance Conference - with access to broader industry trends, the ability to benchmark your business, and networking with like-minded peers;
  • Preferential rates at all Financial Services Council events including conferences and lunches; and
  • Our monthly FSC News to keep up to date with policy and other news.

 

Supporting Membership

While some of the value propositions may differ due to type of business, Supporting Membership of the FSC brings with it the following benefits:

  • Showcase your credentials and IP to the entire financial services industry;
  • Hear about the consultations, issues and industry changes ahead of your clients;
  • Direct input into financial services policy and regulation;
  • Influence the public policy debate;
  • Unique networking and intel gathering opportunities;
  • Access via working groups and expert groups alongside Full Members to legal, accounting and tax expertise on current and emerging issues;
  • Access to the Member’s only Portal which includes information, reports and briefings unavailable to non-members;
  • Two flagship conferences each year – FSC Leaders Summit and FSC Life Insurance Conference - with access to broader industry trends, the ability to benchmark your business, and networking with like-minded peers;
  • Preferential rates at all Financial Services Council events including conferences and lunches; and
  • Our monthly FSC News to keep up to date with policy and other news.

Standards and Guidelines

Compliance with FSC Standards is compulsory for all Full Members.

Board Committees

Each of our policy streams has a Board Committee to steward it,co-chaired by two FSC Board Members.

Working Groups

With over 80 working groups, the FSC works on behalf of members and the industry for good public policy.

Expert Groups

 Made up of industry specialists, our expert groups support the policy managers.

Events

The range of events available are conferences, policy briefings, workshops, breakfast and lunches.

Training

The FSC has a training partnerships to give members access to opportunities at preferential pricing. Additionally, the FSC runs Unit Pricing (Introductory) training.

Philanthropy

The FSC is proud to have a single cause alliance with the First Nations Foundation until 30 June 2018.

Exclusive Content

The FSC provides exclusive content for the benefit of members only.

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Full Membership

Behind the member portal, FSC Full Members (the wealth managers) can access thought leadership, technical and specialist research provided especially for you.
 

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Supporting Membership

Behind the member portal, FSC Supporting Members (our professional services firms) can access thought leadership, technical and specialist research provided especially for you.

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Supporting Membership

Our Supporting Members represent the professional services firms such as ICT, consulting, accounting, legal, recruitment and research houses.
 

Strategic Partners

Our Full Members represent retail and wholesale funds management, superannuation, life insurance, financial advice and licensed trustee services businesses, managing wealth on behalf of Australians.

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