Ethics in Practice Web Series

Ethics in Practice delivers 5.25 Ethics CPD hours to help you meet your FASEA CPD requirements for the 2019 year and prepare you for 2020

4 part series. Recorded November 2019.

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5.25 of the 9 required hours of ethics based CPD for 2019
Be 1 Jan 2020 Code of Ethics ready
Practice based, case study driven

Compliance with the Code of Ethics is a requirement for all financial advisers from 1 January 2020.

This web series brings you up to speed with the Code of Ethics as it applies in practice. If you are an adviser or business owner, it answers the important questions of:

What do I need to know?
What do I need to do?

The Ethics in Practice web series is supported by detailed reference notes to use and apply in your practice.

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Call (or email) Lee Marshall on 02 8916 4212

What we cover

The Code of Ethics explained
How to apply the Code of Ethics standards to your advice practice
Bring the Code of Ethics to life through practical case studies

The key differences between Corporations Act, Tax Practitioners Board Code of Conduct, and the FASEA Code of Ethics to ensure compliance

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Webinar 1: Code of Ethics – Ethical Behaviour

  • Expectations of an Ethics framework
  • Key dates for implementing the Code in your practice
    • Implementation – a checklist on what it takes
  • Understanding the values ascribed by the 12 Standards
  • Behaving ethically
  • Conflicts of interest – how to identify and manage conflicts
  • Tax Practitioners Code of Conduct vs FASEA Code of Ethics

FPA accreditation: 20507
FASEA Professionalism & Ethics: 1.25 hours

Webinar 2:  Code of Ethics – Client Care 

  • The interaction of the Code with your normal client engagement
  • Demonstrating informed consent – Corporations Law vs Code of Ethics
  • Best Interest Duty vs Code of Ethics - demonstrating client understanding
  • Best Interest Duty vs Code of Ethics - clients' interest and likely circumstances

FPA accreditation: 20538
FASEA Professionalism & Ethics: 1.25 hours

Webinar 3: Code of Ethics – How you earn your money

  • Informed consent – Getting your fees right
  • Managing 3rd party benefits
  • Fees – what is fair and reasonable and appropriately justified
  • Demonstrating compliance with the BID and the Code of Ethics

FPA accreditation: 20576
FASEA Professionalism & Ethics: 1.5 hours

Webinar 4: Code of Ethics – making the theory visible in your practice

  • Professionalism – what does it mean and what is expected?
  • Ethics and Professional Leadership – it’s up to you
  • Putting it all together – implementing the Code in your practice
  • Practical examples on how you evidence the Code in practice

FPA accreditation: 20606
FASEA Professionalism & Ethics: 1.25 hours

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Conrad Gilbert CFP

Professionalism & Ethics Adviser, Knowledge Shop

CFP, Dip FP, B Comm, Grad Dip RS, MBA

Conrad has spent his career working in and exploring financial advice and now brings the practical and technical together in his role with Knowledge Shop. Conrad works with accountants and advisers to navigate the practical impact of the new financial services regime on them, their practice and their clients.

A sessional academic at Griffith University, Conrad held senior executive roles with national financial planning networks and was a former financial advice specialist with BT and Cooper Reeves.

Conrad holds an MBA from the University of Qld, a Bachelor of Commerce from Griffith University and a Diploma of Financial Planning (DipFP) with Deakin University.

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Conrad Gilbert
Professionalism & Ethics Adviser, Knowledge Shop

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Individual Series

$390 + GST Member
$480 + GST Non-member

 

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