The Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) can consider a complaint you have about an investment you have or financial advice you have received from a financial firm.
This page outlines the types of complaints AFCA can consider about investments and financial advice, and what to do next if you want to make a complaint to us. Detailed information about the different types of products and issues you can complain about is also available.
There are some things you can’t complain about to us, including if your complaint only concerns the investment performance of a financial investment. There are some exceptions, however, to this – for example, if the complaint concerns non-disclosure or misrepresentation.
Investments and financial advice matters we consider cover a range of products including:
Superannuation investments are discussed elsewhere.
Detailed information about these different types of investment and financial advice products is available to help you decide if you want to complain to us.
More information about these issues is available to help you decide if you want to complain to us.
You can make a complaint to AFCA online, by letter, email or by phoning us.
If you don’t want to complain to us directly, you can go back to your financial firm and ask to make a complaint to their internal dispute resolution team.
Your financial firm should be able to provide you with information about how to make a complaint to them.
We also have some tips available to help you make an internal complaint.