CORPORATIONS ACT 2001

CHAPTER 7 - FINANCIAL SERVICES AND MARKETS  

PART 7.7A - BEST INTERESTS OBLIGATIONS AND REMUNERATION  

Division 4 - Conflicted remuneration  

Subdivision B - What is conflicted remuneration?  

SECTION 963A   963A   CONFLICTED REMUNERATION  


Conflicted remuneration means any benefit, whether monetary or non-monetary, given to a financial services licensee, or a representative of a financial services licensee, who provides financial product advice to persons as retail clients that, because of the nature of the benefit or the circumstances in which it is given:


(a) could reasonably be expected to influence the choice of financial product recommended by the licensee or representative to retail clients; or


(b) could reasonably be expected to influence the financial product advice given to retail clients by the licensee or representative.

Note: A reference in this Subdivision (including sections 963A , 963AA , 963B , 963C and 963D ) to giving a benefit includes a reference to causing or authorising it to be given (see section 52 ).


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