25769 Ethics for Financial Planning6cp
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All financial planning professionals must have an understanding of ethical behavior and standards of conduct governing their professional judgment when advising clients and interacting with other stakeholders. This subject provides students who are interested in financial planning with the understanding of: (1) the role of the financial planning profession within the industry and its importance for society, (2) various ethical frameworks and decision making tools applicable to successful and sustainable professional practice, (3) the application of codes of ethics and standards of professional conduct to financial planning practice, (4) the importance and key aspects of due diligence processes and outcomes for client relationships, and (5) the pivotal role of clients' interests in the advisor-client relationship. Emphasis is placed on the application of tools and techniques to real-world problems to enable students to exercise responsible and sustainable decision making in their place of work.
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