Mr. Hodge is currently questioning Mr. Wilkins after a similar questioning with Westpac's Brian Hartzer last week.
Hodge says, ”I think you're talking about one of your papers in the lives of many journalists at some point in their life. H
Kins Yes, ”Mr. Wilkins said.
"That, though, it seems The claim that most Australians probably do not need continuous advice every year For all working lives? Or Mr. Hodge says.
. I don't know that – çoğu said Wilkins.
Like the Westpac – the biggest bank that advises – The AMP has not done any research on how much customers are willing to pay for continuous assistance..
Mr. Hodge also wants to know if the AMP will support changes that require customers to sign a proposal agreement every year, more than two.
Mr. Wilkins says. AMP considers the two-year "fit" and points to the burden of management for customers to make more "prefer".
Mr. Hodge said the AMP should offer a fee statement to customers every year, so the administrative mechanisms apply.
”It is very difficult to see what else is justified because the AMP can be financially harmful to the AMP, because customers can decide more and decide to close their wages, H Hodge says.
. I don't know that your last statement actually came after this – from this. If customers get service and they find value in advice, then I don't see that they will – they want to close their wages. Of course this is their choice. "