FASEA names approved relevant providers’ qualifications

The Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority (FASEA) has named the approved relevant providers’ qualifications in its latest legislative instrument.

The legislative instrument released 24 December last year, includes a list of current and historical degrees approved by the regulatory body, and would be updated on an ongoing basis as additional courses are approved.

FASEA adopted the stakeholder suggestion to recognise prior learning, and advisers that hold a non-relevant degree who have completed between four and seven of the relevant degree knowledge areas would be awarded two credits.

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Curtin University’s newly formed Bachelor of Commerce degree was added to the approved list, and Western Sydney University’s Bachelor of Accounting Financial Planning or Financial Planning and Taxation and Master of Financial Planning were re-accredited.


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