AMP and Griffith University offer FASEA pathway

AMP and Griffith University have expanded their joint education offering to help financial advisers meet the Financial Advisers Standards and Ethics Authority’s (FASEA’s) new requirements.

The FASEA pathways would include a bachelors’ degree, postgraduate courses for existing AMP advisers and scholarships for students.

AMP head of advice education, capability and careers, Rod Edge, said education and professionalism were key to a strong, sustainable future for financial advice, and flexible course programs would be provided for advisers studying and running a practice.

The university was accepting enrolments for 2019 in the Bachelor of Applied Financial Advice, which would cater to future advisers, and current advisers in the AMP network could apply for postgraduate qualifications early next year.

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