Within Euroz Hartleys we offer a wide range of financial services to retail and wholesale clients.
We are a full service firm offering financial services including Wealth Management, Stockbroking, Financial Planning, Corporate Finance, Institutional Sales and Inhouse Research with an expansive operational support structure.
If you think you would like a career in Wealth Management, Stockbroking or Financial Planning, we may be able to assist. At Euroz Hartleys, we have developed a unique Professional Year (‘PY’) program designed to ensure all New Entrants to the industry, are mentored and supported through their PY.
Where employment includes the provision of personal advice to retail clients, certain pre-approved education and qualification requirement must be met. These standards are set by the Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority Limited (FASEA).
New Entrants and Existing Advisers are required to have completed a FASEA approved bachelor degree (AQF7) level or above or hold an equivalent qualification. FASEA’s Approved Degree list includes current and historical approved degrees and courses and will be updated on an ongoing basis, as additional courses are approved by FASEA. Check here if your degree is approved by FASEA.
Existing Advisers who hold degrees may be eligible for the relevant and non-relevant degree pathways.
An approved degree for the purposes of the approved degree pathway is a degree that is listed in the Corporations (Relevant Providers Degrees, Qualifications and Courses Standard) Determination 2020.
For Existing Advisers only, a Relevant Degree for the purposes of the Relevant Degree Pathway is defined as: a course completed that is an AQF7,8 (Graduate Diploma) or 9 qualification in a related field of study that contains at least 8 courses in one or more of the following designated fields of study in any combination which may be across multiple degrees:
- financial planning (which includes financial advice areas of: superannuation, retirement, insurance and estate planning)
- investments (which include all types of investment e.g. shares, derivatives, foreign exchange, options etc)
- taxation/tax law (as approved by the Tax Practitioners Board (TPB))
- finance law
- business law (as approved by the TPB)
- estate law
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At Euroz Hartleys, we have developed a unique Professional Year (‘PY’) program designed to ensure all New Entrants who wish to be qualified as a Financial Adviser, are competent in the following areas:
- Technical competence;
- Client care and practice;
- Regulatory Compliance and Consumer Protection and;
- Professionalism and Ethics.
Each New Entrant is required to undertake a PY of one year full-time equivalent comprising 1600 hours, of which at least 100 hours is to be structured training. Our training program includes both internal and external opportunities.
The PY standard specifies a quarterly framework detailing key activities to be undertaken and competencies to be acquired and demonstrated. Euroz Hartleys will ensure that you receive support from your Supervisor, and us as your licensee to enable you to transition from a directly supervised approach to an indirect supervision approach as follows:
- Quarter 1 – Client Observations and support to Supervisor/Experienced Adviser
- Quarter 2 – Supervised Client Engagement and Advice Preparation
- Quarter 3 and 4 – Indirect Supervision of Client Engagement and Advice Preparation.
Our customised PY program at Euroz Hartleys has been designed to ensure all of the requirements are met. For more information on the PY standards refer to https://fas.treasury.gov.au/
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