Issues & Regulatory Committee

PFA Issues & Regulatory Committee

Purpose

The Issues and Regulatory Committee is one of the key backbone committees of the Association. The PFA was originally established around a group of individuals representing businesses in the unlisted direct property investment space who did not have a voice with regulators regarding industry reforms.  Today the committee continues to play a key role in representing, promoting and protecting the interest of its members, advisors and investors.

The Committee engages in numerous lobbying efforts on proposed policy and legal changes with industry regulators (ASIC, APRA) and other Government organisations including Treasury and the ATO.

It is essential that the Issues and Regulatory Committee acts as a voice for our members, and also regularly updates PFA members on proposed reforms, and the implementation of policy and law changes.  Our members need to continually be aware of any potential changes to legislation that could have an impact on their business structure and/or operations.  

The committee meets regularly to discuss and consider any new or proposed law reforms or policies that will impact the unlisted property industry.  Please contact the Committee Chair if you would like to participate in the committee or you have any questions regarding lobbying on behalf of members. 

 

Committee Members

Chairperson & Executive Representative:  Harry New - Hall & Wilcox
Executive Representatives:  Josh Chye - HLB Mann Judd
Members:   Ken Atchison - Atchinson Consultants
   Matthew Farnsworth - Henry Davis York
   Troy Dafter - Centuria Property Funds
   Mark Bryant - Charter Hall
   Linda D'Intino - Australian Unity
   Paul Healy - PFA


Papers produced by the Issues & Regulatory Committee can be found here.

 

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