The former chief of the standards body says he wanted to do more than just make the rules. Speaking at Deloitte, he expressed clear ideas about what the industry needs.
Tahn SharpeNovember 29, 2018
Deen Sanders, who left the new authority in April, joined a debate amongst investment professionals about the role of honesty, fairness and justice in the sector.
Tahn SharpeSeptember 20, 2018
The potential new degree requirements for advisers have put the entire industry on notice. Everyone from licensees to the families of financial planners is studying what will happe
Tahn SharpeJanuary 30, 2018
A lack of clarity around the specific education requirements for existing advisers has prevented active engagement with professional standards, says FASEA CEO Dr Deen Sanders.
Simon HoyleDecember 15, 2017
The standard-setting body’s chief executive, Deen Sanders, responds to accusations of a lack of consultation and says FPEC accreditation provides a pathway to a degree for now.
Simon HoyleNovember 22, 2017
The biggest obstacle to professionalising financial planning might be getting the sector to move to individual licensing. How to do that is a discussion the industry needs to have.
Simon HoyleMay 11, 2017