Managing conflicts of interest is critical for any adviser.
The Managing Conflicts of Interest Web Series will help you not only identify conflicts of interest but the strategies and structures to manage your arrangements within the confines of the Corporations Act and the FASEA Code of Ethics (all in a commercially viable way).
Under the FASEA Code of Ethics, advisers must not advise, refer or act in any other manner where you have a conflict of interest or duty. But what does that really mean in practice?
We’ll work through a series of practical case studies and clearly demonstrate what can be done, what can’t be done, and why.
This is an essential web series for any adviser.
This essential web series delivers the practical strategies and structures to identify and manage conflicts of interest:
Advisers typically generate their revenue from asset based fees, fee for service, or a combination of both. We look at the issues across the various arrangements, highlight the problems areas and identify what you need to be doing right now to resolve them.
The Managing Conflicts of Interest Web Series delivers the solutions and structures for how you need to manage your commissions, fees and referral arrangements.
Reference notes included.
From 1 January 2020, employed financial advisers can no longer be paid a variable bonus or receive a share of profit that is linked to the revenue they generate without breaching the FASEA Code of Ethics.
So how do you incentivise staff?
Reference notes included
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.
*The office rate applies per office location (maximum 10 participants per office location). The PD points for all attendees will be recognised - multiple links at same location if required. We will contact you for the names of your team once you have registered as an office.