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Advice associations combine for code monitoringBY DARREN SNYDER | TUESDAY, 18 DEC 2018 11:12AM
A co-operative of financial planning and advice associations have agreed to deliver one code monitoring solution across their respective memberships as part of the wider commitment to lift ethical and professional standards.
Read more: financial planning, ASIC, financial advice, AFA - Association of Financial Advisers, Boutique Financial Planners, CMA - Code Monitoring Australia, Dante De Gori, FASEA - Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority, FINSIA - Financial Services Institute of Australasia, FPA - Financial Planning Association of Australia, SMSFA - Self-Managed Super Fund Association
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