AMP is proud to support pioneering research into the value of financial advice and the development of the advice profession through the 2017 Financial Planning Education Council (FPEC) Academic Research Grants.
AMP is a joint sponsor of the grants scheme, which recognises those that have demonstrated a commitment to encouraging the development of financial planning as an academic discipline in its own right.
Academic teams from RMIT, Deakin and Griffith universities were recognised in this year’s grants.
AMP has a strong, longstanding commitment to promoting high standards in financial advice, particularly through the AMP Adviser Academy. The Academy educates and trains new advisers as well as working with tertiary institutions, including those mentioned above, to foster adviser education.
Earlier this year, AMP and Griffith won two LearnX Impact Awards for their decade-long collaboration on adviser education and AMP also won an award for its annual University Challenge competition for aspiring student advisers.
For more detail on the FPEC Research Grants Scheme, click here.