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100% Committed Organisation to The Banking & Finance Oath

Editorial General 17 Aug 2016

Adviser Ratings has joined organisations including Koda Capital, AJ Financial Planning, Capify and DragonBIll, to be one of the first organisations in Australian finance, to become a 100% committed organisation to The Banking and Finance Oath (BFO). This means that every single employee of Adviser Ratings has personally taken The BFO.

Read more about becoming 100% committed on The BFO.org, here.

Take the oath on The BFO.org, here.

Glenn Stevens welcomes the Banking and Finance Oath Young Ambassadors from Cris Parker on Vimeo.

The Oath

Trust is the foundation of my profession.

I will serve all interests in good faith.
I will compete with honour.
I will pursue my ends with ethical restraint.
I will help create a sustainable future.
I will help create a more just society.
I will speak out against wrongdoing and support others who do the same.
I will accept responsibility for my actions.

In these and all other matters;
My word is my bond.

The Vision

A banking and finance industry that
meets the community’s needs and has its full confidence.

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