Mr Hodge Wilkins is questioning about this after a bumpy line from Westpac's Brian Hartzer last week.
"Do I think that a majority of Australian Australians will need some financial advice at some point in their lives?" Mr Hodge says.
"Yes," says Mr. Wilkins.
"That, however, it seems It may be that those who need the most Australian do not give constant advice every year for the rest of the work? "Mr. Hodge says.
"I do not know – I would like to describe it as the most Australian," said Mr. Wilkins.
Like Westpac – the most committed bank in counseling – AMP does not make any inquiries when the number of customers who pay today's customers really require.
Mr Hodge also hopes that AMP will allow customers to re-sign their hiring tips over a year, more than two.
Mr. Wilkins says AMP thinks it is "appropriate" for two years, and explains how to "incorporate" the public administration who makes frequent public awareness.
Mr Hodge has stated that AMP requires payment by customers every year, so there are administrative mechanisms to do so.
"It is very difficult to see justification as more likely than AMP to be detrimental, because it often reflects customers and shuts down their ongoing rates." Mr Hodge says.
"I do not know if your final statement really comes from – that's why, if the customer gets that service and finds value – in the advice, I do not see what they would like – to be their incentives – to divert their fees, of course. "