Policy

Policy

The Financial Services Council (FSC) is the leading voice of the financial services sector in Australia driving the public policy debate and supporting the positions of its membership with relevant research, submissions to Government, extensive stakeholder consultation through its board committee and working group structure and via public comment.

The FSC policy team has a breadth of experience encompassing both sides of the political spectrum, key Government departments including Treasury, management consultancy and from within the industry itself.
 

The Financial Services Council’s policy priorities centre around seven key policy planks covering the diverse interests of our membership: 

  • Advice 
  • Investment
  • Life Insurance
  • Global Markets
  • Superannuation    
  • Tax       
  • Trustees

Director of Policy & Global Markets

Andrew Bragg is the Director of Policy & Global Markets at the Financial Services Council (FSC), which represents Australia's retail and wholesale funds management businesses, superannuation funds, life insurers, financial advisory networks, trustee companies and public trustees. The FSC has over 125 members who are responsible for investing more than $2.2 trillion on behalf of 11 million Australians.

Andrew leads the Council’s public policy agenda and engagement across the Commonwealth Government.

Before joining the Financial Services Council in 2009, Andrew worked at Ernst & Young in Advisory and Government Practice; he also worked as a financial services, superannuation and corporate governance policy adviser in the Commonwealth Government.

Andrew currently serves on the:

  • ASX Corporate Governance Council (Director);
  • ASIC’s Market Supervision Taskforce (Adviser); and 
  • Asia Pacific Regional Committee of the Global Investment Performance Standards (Chairman).

He holds a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Business (Accounting) from the Australian National University (ANU) and a Master of Financial Regulation from Macquarie University.

 

       

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