National and NT regulators and sector leaders meet in Darwin

Financial counsellors offer free assistance to help people sort out money problems, increase their financial literacy and support people who are financially struggling to find solutions.

Anglicare NT offers financial counselling services throughout the NT. Tomorrow, Tuesday 12 March, we are teaming up with the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ASIC) to present a forum in Darwin that targets financial wellbeing and consumer rights to help protect vulnerable consumers.

CEO of Anglicare NT Craig Kelly said “as you can imagine in today’s high cost of living environment, our team of financial counsellors are busy helping people sort out money worries and advocating for fairer business practices”.

Forum guest speakers

Alan Kirkland – ASIC Commissioner

Traci Keys – Commissioner NT Consumer Affairs

Sue Whitaker – Director, Regulator Operations Group, Australian Financial Security Authority

Kate McLoughlin – Reserve Bank Australia

Jesse Marshall – Financial Banking & Finance Ombudsman

Session topics

Collaborative exchange with reps from:

  • Reserve Bank Australia
  • Australian Financial Security Authority
  • Australian Competition & Consumer Commission
  • Australian Securities
  • South Australian Financial Counsellors Association
  • Beyond Blue

ASIC’s Indigenous outreach work – a specialist advisory group advocating for positive financial outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Indigenous Financial Services Framework – driving change to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people achieve and experience positive financial outcomes.


Anna Greer
Anglicare NT Public Relations Manager

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