Advisers may not be leaving because of it, but those advisers who have already done a comprehensive course and exam in ethics are angry at being forced to do another one. They are also deeply suspicious of the role played by Simon Longstaff, a FASEA Board member who works for an ethics course provider, in FASEA's forcing them to do another ethics course.
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