The Financial Adviser Exam List

This is the public record of Financial Advisers who have passed the FASEA Exam and have given permission for their name to be listed.

The Financial Adviser Exam List

On 1 January 2019, new education and training standards for Financial Advisers were introduced (as defined in the Corporations Act 2001).

Passing the FASEA Exam by 1 January 2022 is just one of the standards Financial Advisers need to comply with.

If your Financial Adviser is on this list it means they have passed the FASEA Exam by demonstrating:

  1. They understand financial advice regulatory and legal requirements.
  2. They understand how to construct advice to suit advice aligned to different consumer groups, incorporating consumer behaviour and decision making.
  3. They understand and can apply the FASEA Code of Ethics, and have demonstrated professional reasoning to practical situations.

Find out more about the FASEA standards

Note:  You can find out more about Financial Advisers including their experience and qualifications on ASIC’s Financial Adviser Register (ASIC’s FAR).  New entrants must pass the Exam before being authorised as a Provisional Financial Adviser and listed on ASIC’s FAR.

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Can’t find your adviser?

If your Financial Adviser is not listed, it may be because they;

a) Haven’t sat or passed the Exam yet.

b) Did not give permission to be included on the register.

Note:  Existing Financial Advisers have until 1 January 2022 to pass the Exam. You can find out more about their experience and qualifications on ASIC’s Financial Adviser Register.  New entrants are required to pass the Exam before being authorised as a Provisional Financial Adviser and listed on ASIC’s FAR.  This list has been updated as at 14 December 2020. 

Want to know more about the FASEA Standards?

Want to know more about the FASEA Standards?

The Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority Limited was established in 2017 to set the education, training and ethical standards of financial advisers in Australia.

 

 

The Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority Limited was established in 2017 to set the education, training and ethical standards of financial advisers in Australia.