All members are subject to the TripleA Code of Conduct and the TripleA disciplinary procedures.

Code of conduct

The TripleA Adviser Association Code of Conduct underpins the professional behaviour expected of members in the current regulatory environment.

All members are subject to the TripleA Code of Conduct and the TripleA Disciplinary Procedures. Failing to comply with the TripleA Code of Ethics and any applicable legislation, regulation and the Code of Professional Conduct for Authorised Financial Advisers, may result in disciplinary action and loss of membership. Please note, from March 2021 you will need to meet the Standards under the new Code of Professional Conduct for Financial Advice Services.

Importantly, these standards act as a clear demonstration to clients that they can rely on the professional nature of the financial advice received, and that their interests will be placed first.

This creates a framework for long term business relationships.

Acceptance of the overall TripleA Code of Conduct is a requirement of membership. The Association has established the Code to underpin the ethical and professional levels of service expected of TripleA members.

Objectives of the TripleA's Code of Conduct

  • To specify a minimum standard of ethical and professional behaviour for all TripleA members (Part 1).
  • To enable the TripleA Board to enact its disciplinary powers under clause 4.1 (b) of the TripleA constitution and to describe those disciplinary processes (part 2).

Click here to download the TripleA Code of Conduct.