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Broker practising certificate MFAA's idea: Naylor

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Australian Broker | 24 Feb 2012, 08:00 AM Agree 0
MFAA chief executive Phil Naylor has said the idea of a certified practising certificate for brokers has been on the MFAA's agenda for some time
  • Damien Natoli | 24 Feb 2012, 08:57 AM Agree 0
    Well of course the MFAA did , who else would?
  • Kate | 24 Feb 2012, 09:52 AM Agree 0
    Well of course MFAA - you make money out of it!
    But if you keep adding costs to brokers - and without renumerating them appropriately you will have none left MFAA - and do you think you will have the bank support then?? They will have no use for you either. So some foreward thinking MFAA - you certainly are no friend of the brokers
  • old Broker | 24 Feb 2012, 09:53 AM Agree 0
    Why are CBA consulting with the MFAA, our industry is now governed by ASIC, if CBA want to create change it should be through ASIC not their "Industry Body" the MFAA. This is more of an example of the MFAA working for the Lenders and not for its members, BROKERS. No surprise really, the reason i am no longer a member of this pointless organisation.
  • Damien Natoli | 24 Feb 2012, 09:53 AM Agree 0
    "It's not something new, its part of what we have wanted to achieve for a number of years."

    This must have been a huge priority if it's taken a number of years for this topic to surface ,it is clearly obvious that the MFAA is hanging on to dear life, as they become more irrelevant by the day , now that we are all ASIC licensed.

    Respect has to be earnt MFAA, and all you have done is let us down and pocketed our fees
  • Anon | 24 Feb 2012, 09:54 AM Agree 0
    Will they continue to employ "box tickers" at cheap rates and not upskill their own work force?
    Quality works both ways.
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