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Financial planning

A clause in the experience pathway legislation passed yesterday could improve the prescriptive rules imposed on new entrants and translate to more flexibility in the cour...

Financial planning

The experience pathway could mean tens of millions of dollars in losses for education providers, according to government forecasts....

Financial planning

Almost 20 students have filed a class action against James Cook University after discovering their financial planning degrees had not received accreditation, leaving them...

Editorial

A lack of participation by Australia’s largest universities is complicating the pathway for new entrants, according to leading financial advice organisations. ...

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Financial planning

A University of Southern Queensland study has attempted to measure the progress made towards achieving recognised professional status within the Australian financial plan...

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Financial planning

Two degrees have been approved by the Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority to meet its education standards. ...

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Financial planning

With the cost of Commerce-related degrees rising by 28% the Association of Financial Advisers is pointing to additional impact on a planning industry already hit by advis...

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Financial planning

National Australia Bank has selected Western Sydney University as its preferred provider for two of their FASEA-approved courses....

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Features

Hannah Wootton talks to a young industry leader and soon-to-be financial planning graduate, Azaria Bell, to find out what advisers can gain from going back to university....

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Financial planning

University academics are arguing that financial planning needs to be regarded as a profession rather than an occupation and that universities have a crucial role to play....

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Financial planning

Money Management’s survey of adviser intentions on the new Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority regime has revealed Kaplan rather than the universities as the...

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Financial planning

Investors could soon train their brains to resist the urge to hold onto bad investments with a new program developed by Monash University researchers. ...

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