Being an FPA member enables you to connect with your professional association, your peers and the financial planning community.
The FPA has 32 Chapters that operate in the capital cities and major regional centres throughout Australia. Each Chapter is run by an elected committee of FPA members and is responsible for organising and promoting member activities, in particular professional development meetings and workshops at a local level.
Follow the FPA on Twitter and hear what we have to say on the latest issues that affect the financial planning profession and our members.
... WITH YOUR PEERS
FPA Company Page Get the latest updates from the FPA as they happen by following the LinkedIn FPA company page. You will hear first-hand about special offers and events, CPD training opportunities, news items affecting FPA members and lots more. Follow the FPA.
FPA Discussion Group Join in the conversation with your fellow FPA members and expand your networks. Business is all about the relationships we create and LinkedIn can be a powerful tool to help you do this. The group will provide you with a forum to discuss topical issues, find a solution for a problem or just share your thoughts with other like-minded professionals. Join the FPA group.
LinkedIn is a professional networking site. Please note, if you haven't done so already, you will need to create a LinkedIn profile to follow the FPA and join the FPA LinkedIn group.
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CFP®, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER®, and are certification marks owned outside the US by the Financial Planning Standards Board Ltd (FPSB). Financial Planning Association of Australia Limited is the marks licensing authority for the CFP marks in Australia, through agreement with the FPSB.