Industry association vows no fee hikes for two years

by Adam Smith05 Oct 2015
An industry association has vowed it won't raise its fees for the next two years.

The FBAA has announced it will commit to holding its membership fees at their current level for a minimum of two years, or until 31 October 2017.

“We want our most important stakeholders looked after and this industry-first pledge is a small but really significant bonus for our FBAA members,” White said.

White said the two-year commitment was "iron-clad", and could extend beyond October 2017.

COMMENTS

  • by Richard 5/10/2015 9:51:25 AM

    What the FBAA & MFAA do with membership fees is one of life's great mysteries. Given that membership of an association is no longer required under ASIC licencing, it's good to hear that fees are not increasing.

  • by Regional Broker 5/10/2015 10:00:35 AM

    Will the MFAA follow suit? Big question.

  • by Robbo 5/10/2015 10:16:09 PM

    I would like to think fees could perhaps come down a bit considering all the paid advertisements via email we get from FBAA. Where are those funds going?