has partnered with three other leading associations to represent the industry as Treasury review key aspects of the SMSF
For its submission on SMSF
lending, the MFAA
has sought support from the Financial Plan
ning Association of Australia (FPA), the Association of Financial Advisers (AFA) and from the Commercial Asset Finance Brokers Association (CAFBA).
says a joint response that engages with these industry bodies should significantly raise the impact of the submission.
"Where possible, it is important to provide the Government with a comprehensive submission from the broader industry, rather than multiple small submissions that the government then needs to decipher," said Siobhan Hayden CEO of the MFAA.
"The shared voice is critical to demonstrating industry unity and support for key initiatives currently under review."
will also make a submission to the government on three key FSI recommendations which impact upon members:
- a prohibition on direct borrowing by SMSFs for limited recourse borrowing arrangements (LRBAs);
- protecting small business borrowers; and
- enhanced competition in the lending sector.
All brokers, including non-MFAA
members, are invited to respond to any part of the MFAA
's draft submissions by COB Monday 23 March.
“This is an important initiative to ensure that the industry has input to this joint submission so we are opening it up to input from the broader industry community. MFAA
has supported all brokers in this issue and so give us your feedback even if you are not part of the association,” Hayden said.
for the joint industry submission and here
for the MFAA
submission and email firstname.lastname@example.org with your comments.