This course was previously called – Regulation of Australian Financial Services
Responsible managers are critical to a company demonstrating and maintaining its compliance and competence. This online course includes an overview of key matters responsible managers need to know.
In light of the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry, licensees, boards, company directors, and senior leaders may also wish to undertake this course as a refresher on their organisation’s general obligations.
- Discuss the approach to financial services licensing in Australia
- Summarise regulations governing the financial services industry
- Outline what the role of a responsible manager is
- Explain the ongoing obligations of a responsible manager
- Analyse the extent to which a responsible manager can be held accountable for the actions of a licensee
- Devise and implement approaches and techniques that responsible managers can adopt to more effectively fulfil their role.
Responsible Manager Fundamentals is designed for those who are planning to take on the role of a responsible manager for an Australian Financial Services (AFSL) licensee and/or needs a refresher of Australian regulations. This online course is practical, and contains scenarios, checklists and exercises.
What Certification do you achieve?
On successful completion, candidates will be awarded a Certificate of Attainment confirming they have successfully demonstrated knowledge of Responsible Manager Fundamentals.
We also provide a supplementary course outline which details the content covered in the topics. This can be form part of the supporting material supplied to ASIC with:
- a new AFS licence application;
- an application to vary an existing licence.
Already in the know! You’re welcome to check out our CPD for Responsible Managers
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Posted by Kate Whiteley on Jan 25, 2019 11:34:35 AM
What makes an RM, an RM? Hint…it’s not just the title. Far from the sometime treatment as a ‘tacked-on’ role, responsible managers as a first line of defence are worth investing in.