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What to report
FPA Confidential (Anonymous Reporting)
We want to safeguard the public and the reputation of the financial planning profession.
Misconduct affects us all. By reporting suspected misconduct, you can help us ensure that FPA members are adhering to their professional obligations.
If you see or suspect something wrong, don’t turn a blind eye, report it.
The FPA Confidential (Anonymous Reporting) Service is an independent service run by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu that gives you the opportunity to report suspected misconduct.
The FPA Confidential (Anonymous Reporting) Service includes:
A specialist website for people to report suspected incidents of misconduct
A team of dedicated FPA personnel who are highly experienced in anonymous reporting and carefully review every reported incident and determine what action the FPA can take in response
How it Works
To report suspected misconduct, make an online report by clicking on the light blue box located at the top of this page.
You will be asked a series of questions about the incident which will help us determine what action to take. The more information you provide, the more likely the FPA will be able to make an accurate assessment of the incident(s) you are reporting.
What to report
The type of information you need to provide when reporting a suspected incidence of misconduct should include:
Names of people involved;
Details of the incident(s) such as description, date, time and location of incident(s);
Details of any evidence and witnesses.
Frequently asked questions
Why should I report suspected misconduct?
A: To help us stop individuals and organisations that are causing harm to the public and/or damaging the reputation of all financial planning professionals.
What happens when I make an online report?
A: Your report will be known only by a reference number unless you choose to provide your name
Can I be anonymous?
A: All information you provide will be disclosed directly to the FPA. You do not have to provide your name or contact details if you do not wish to do so and the FPA will not ask you to. However if you do volunteer to provide this information, it will not be disclosed or revealed to the person or organisation you are reporting as long as you wish for it to be confidential. Even if you do not wish to provide your name, or perhaps you might wish to be known by an alias, it may be helpful if you provide some means by which the FPA can contact you.
What if I suspect something is wrong but I am not sure?
A: Many cases reported are uncovered through tips from honest people who are not sure of their facts. That is perfectly all right. We do not expect you to know every last detail. Reporting what you know is enough
If you wish to learn more about the FPA Confidential (Anonymous Reporting) Service you can contact:
FPA Professional Accountability Manager: Mark Murphy on (02) 9220 4523 or at
or Kate Finnigan at (02) 9220 4520 or at
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