The FASEA Code of Ethics has the potential to change the way the financial advice profession is perceived by the country. However, there are considerable challenges in interpreting the code and in applying it congruently in practice. This session explores the ethical frameworks from academia and theoretical case studies that can be assimilated by advisers to broaden their confidence in meeting the code.
Bryan Ashenden, head of financial literacy and advocacy, BT Financial
Jeffrey Scott, head of advice strategy, Metlife
Tracy Wilcox, Associate Professor, UNSW
Moderator: Matthew Smith, director, retail content, Conexus Financial