The deferred sales model introduces a four-day pause between the sale of a principal product or service and the sale of an add-on insurance product.
The Regulatory Guide explains the scope of the deferred sales model, the obligations on add-on insurance providers and ASIC’s power to grant an individual exemption, and the content, form and communication of information that must be given to customers to start the deferral period.
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Author: David Jacobson
Principal, Bright Corporate Law
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