Working with key industry stakeholders including regulators, FINSIA’s purpose continues to be to raise professional standards of competency and conduct in financial services. Raising trust and pride for FINSIA members supports our purpose in delivering better community outcomes. It is achieved through education, ongoing professional development and engagement within a professional community. Professional practitioners who are members of FINSIA are required to abide by a Code of Conduct, which is supported by disciplinary processes.
Not For Profit
FINSIA is a not-for-profit membership organisation to benefit professionals, consumers, and society.
FINSIA manages peer disciplinary sanctioning process for non-conformance.
FINSIA’s international partnerships bring professional qualifications and a global passport to the local market.
FINSIA has over 130 years of heritage progressing financial services knowledge and conduct to high standards.
FINSIA connects institutions industry bodies, regulators, governments and education providers.
Trust in Financial Services
FINSIA will facilitate and maintain setting of individual conduct and competency standards to drive a trust culture.
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FINSIA’s core mission as a not-for-profit industry-wide membership body is to embed professionalism in financial services through enhanced, measurable standards of conduct and competence.
We recognise the current challenges facing the financial services sector, the appetite for change and the need for a professional industry body to help restore pride and trust in the financial services community by raising standards of professionalism.
To ensure we adhere to the objectives outlined in our Codes of Conduct, we are governed and guided by our Board, comprising FINSIA members and industry professionals.
Our executive leadership team and Board, which comes from across all the major banks and financial institutions, has decades of experience to bring to the task of rebuilding trust and raising standards across the financial services sector.
Each year we record our progress, highlight our achievements and publish financial information as required by legislation.
FINSIA's Head of Public Affairs is responsible for press relations, submissions to regulators, government and others issues affecting the financial professional sector and its members.