RG146 Compliance

RG146 Compliance

What is RG 146? (ASIC’s Regulatory Guide 146)

Our RG 146 Compliance Training Courses meet ASIC’s requirements for financial product advisers or representatives needing to meet the relevant training standards. (see RG 146.1–RG 146.3.)

Our courses are also an effective learning solution for financial services workplaces looking to ensure a desired level of base knowledge across selected teams or the wider organisation.

Who does RG146 compliance apply to?

RG146 continues to apply for certain groups, namely licensees and advisers who:

  • Provide general advice in Derivatives, Securities, Managed Investments, Foreign Exchange or Superannuation.
  • Provide personal advice to retail clients in Insurance Broking, General Insurance and/or in Deposit Products & Non-Cash Payment Products only.
  • Are already listed on the Financial Advisers Register and wish to add an additional RG146 specialist knowledge area to their existing credentials, and
  • Licencees whose representatives provide advice to wholesale clients. (Optional under RG146.35)

We are a Registered Training Organisation and an ASIC Authorised Assessor, so you can be assured that our courses comply with ASIC’s requirements (RG 146.87).

Tier 1 

To meet relevant training standards at the Tier 1 level, you must complete both Generic Knowledge and the specialist knowledge area you intend to provide general advice in. Our Tier 1 specialist knowledge areas include: RG146 SecuritiesRG146 DerivativesRG146 Managed InvestmentsRG146 Foreign Exchange RG146 Superannuation and RG146 Life Insurance.

Tier 2

Our Tier 2 areas include: RG146 General Insurance and RG146 Deposit Products and non-cash payments

Tier 1 RG 146 Compliance

Scroll below to find your specialist knowledge area. Remember you need to start with RG146 Generic Knowledge.

Tier 2 RG146 Compliance

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We have been using FEP for a number of years now. The course materials are highly professional and parallels real workplace experience. Staff greatly value participating in meaningful external training and are the greatest advocates.

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The content is well set out, clear and precise. My organisation does the course every year and we are continuing to learn new and interesting things with each new offering. The content is up to date with the industry and completely relevant to my role. I had all the support and learning resources available to get it done…

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Our firm exclusively uses the services of Financial Education Professionals for all of our ongoing RG146, compliance and responsible manager training for our team. We find course materials extremely relevant and meaningful and this allows our team to have up to date, practical knowledge.

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