Kaplan links to Deloitte’s Sanders on bridging courses

Kaplan has linked with former Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority chief executive, Deen Sanders, to help build and deliver bridging courses required under the FASEA regime.

Kaplan announced today that Sanders, who is leader of Ethics and Professionalism at Deloitte, would help design the bridging courses aligned to FASEA’s curriculum.

Kaplan Professional chief executive officer, Brian Knight said he was delighted to work with Deloitte and especially Sanders as he wanted to work with the very best people available to set the benchmark for adviser education.

“Together, we have assembled a team of market-leading academic and practitioner experts to build out these bridging courses. This includes Sydney University behavioural scientists, and legal and professional ethics leaders from both Sydney University and the University of New South Wales,” he said.

“The involvement of Deloitte will ensure these bridging courses are best-in-breed – unprecedented, innovative and cutting-edge, and will significantly contribute to the fabric of adviser education. We wanted to go ‘above and beyond’ the norm and transform what is available in the market.”




Good money being on the FASEA board- and no ethics requirement.

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