An industry poll has been launched to understand the key issues impacting the financial services industry leading up to the 2022 federal election.
Federal politics has the ability to rapidly and significantly impact the course and trajectory of all industries, including the financial services industry, which has been rocked by the COVID-19 pandemic and the proceeding uncertainties surrounding the economic and financial market impact.
With concerns for financial institutions persisting, the outcome of the upcoming federal election is predicted to have a significant impact on the trajectory of the economic recovery.
To better understand the perceptions, opinions and priorities of the industry, market research firm Momentum Intelligence has launched a poll to measure and voice sentiments and concerns of participants.
Momentum Intelligence’s head of strategy Michael Johnson commented: “This poll is an opportunity to explore industry-specific issues and insights as a vehicle to bring these issues to light ahead of the election.”
“It’s an opportunity for this industry to voice what is important to them at a professional and personal level so that their ideas can be amplified and heard by those in Canberra,” he added.
The anonymous survey is open to all financial services professionals, including advisers, financial planners, mortgage brokers, fund managers and lenders, the results of which will be aggregated and reported back to the industry via InvestorDaily and the ifa.
The poll has 10 questions and will take no longer than five minutes to complete. In return for participants’ time, Momentum Intelligence is offering a $500 gift voucher to one randomly selected participant who provides their details to enter the optional prize draw.
If you would like to participate, you can follow the link below to contribute:
The survey closes on 15 December 2021.
For any questions about the survey, you can contact Momentum Intelligence at [email protected].
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