The Financial Planning Aspiration Day is organised with the objective to aspire young generation and amateur financial practitioners to actively participate in industry events to gain direct contact and affiliation with the industry stakeholders. The effort is also correlated with the initiative of the MFPC and Capital Market Development Fund (CMDF) that Financial Planner Internship Programme (FPIP) is intended to provide practical training and exposure for undergraduates and youngsters to work with the financial advisory firms and related financial institutions.

The MFPC believe the anticipated growth of quality talents in the financial planning industry would be realised with strong collaboration and partnership among all the stakeholders.

Malaysian Financial Planning Council (MFPC) are keen to provide industry exposure platforms through the 1st MFPC Employment and Career Aspiration Day event. Main objectives of this event are as follow;

  • To provide platform for the students/practitioners to meet and interact with the licensed financial planners to understanding more about their scope of work.
  • To provide students/practitioners an opportunity in their job seeking and career advancement.
  • To facilitate students/practitioners in taking up the FPIP programme.
  • To provide students/practitioners a networking session in meeting the industry practitioners and employers.
  • To provide students/practitioners with industry up-dates and working experience sharing session during the fair

Aspiration Day’s and Activities

(1) Sembang Santai Sessions

Invited licensed Financial Planners to share their sustainable business and practical experience with students/practitioners.

  • 7-8 Boutique Sharing Sessions will be scheduled during the fair.
  • Students/Practitioners shall register in accordance to pre-scheduled time slots on first come first serve basis.
  • Admission is on complementary basis.
  • Each Boutique Sharing Session could accommodate 8 to 10 students/practitioners.
  • Boutique Sharing Session will be organised at 3-4 designated venue/restaurant.

All students/practitioners who have attended the MFPC Briefing; Boutique Sharing Session and exhibition counselling will be given a Certificate of Attendance by the MFPC. Licensed Financial Planners and exhibitors shall verify attendance.

(2) Interview Sessions

 Employment and Financial Planner Internship Programme(FPIP)

Students/Practitioners are encouraged to find out more about the internship programme and employment opportunity offers by the exhibitors. The setup of the booth is intended to provide company information and employment opportunity to the students/practitioners.

Ethics Drives Sustainable Business

Kuala Lumpur, October 4th 2017 – In alignment with World Investor Week 2017 which is promoted by International Organisation of Securities Commission (IOSCO), MPFC organised a Professional & Ethics Conference at the Conference Hall 2, Securities Commission, Malaysia.

The conference focused on analysing the significance and importance of professionalism and ethics in the practice conduct of a financial planner. It is also highlighted the impact of conducting practice with integrity and lastly, classify and compare current business practice against professional conduct practice standards. The keynote address was delivered by Tan Sri Dato’ Dr Mohd Munir Abdul Majid, Chairman, Financial Services Professional Board who was also the Guest of Honour for the event. In his message, he highlighted the importance of assessing issues from an ethical perspective and highlighted the acid test both individuals and corporations must undertake when decisions are to be made that may have moral dimensions to satisfy. Michael Kok, President of MFPC said “In the 21st century, the narrative to operate ethically is increasingly important”. He elaborated on the need for financial planners and advisers to ensure that conducting oneself ethically should never be among the last items in their list of priorities. As the awareness about professionalism and ethics in financial planning is increasing among the Malaysian populace, the Council’s push for planners to conduct themselves with integrity remains an important agenda.

In essence this event is a call to join the dialogue on ethics and to improve the culture of doing what one thinks is always right. The Council is pleased that AIA Berhad was the strategic partner for the conference and it was supported by Life Insurance Association of Malaysia (LIAM), The Malaysian Insurance Institute (MII), CIMB Principal Asset Management Berhad, Phillip Capital and Association of Financial Adviser (AFA). MPFC aims to establish higher principles and ethical standard among financial professionals and is pleased that the event was attended by practising financial planners, legal practitioners, insurance practitioners; takaful consultants, regulators and academicians and university students.

MFPC 7th Graduation Ceremony 2017

(1) On-line Examination Registration via MFPC Website
(2) Appeal Form (AF01): Appeal to Defer Examination/Extend Examination Validity/Remark Project Paper

( 1 ) On-line Examination Registration via MFPC Website

We are pleased to inform that MFPC will implement the on-line examination registration through MFPC website starting August 2017 examination intake.

On-line Examination Registration will allow students to register their examinations with a computer or electronic device at time convenient to them. Students are required to key in all the necessary information as stipulated in the e-Examination Registration Form. Students could register on-line effective 6 March 2017. Please find e-Examination Registration Form link: for your attention.

Hence, with immediate effect; please be advised that the Secretariat will no longer accept print/scan/email copy of Examination Registration Form (EF01).

( 2 ) Appeal Form (AF01): Appeal to Defer Examination/Extend Examination Validity/Remark Project Paper 

Please be informed that the Examination Board (EB) has deliberated; and decision has been made for students to submit official Appeal Form (AF01) for three (3) categories of appeal; and appeal fee is applicable respectively as table below;

No. Category of Appeal Appeal Fee
1 Deferment of examination date/module/ centre/intake before the examination registration closing date. RM53
2 Extend examination validity RFP/Shariah RFP module and RFP/Shariah RFP capstone; examination/project paper. RM106
3 Remark RFP/Shariah RFP module 7 and RFP/Shariah RFP capstone project paper. RM318

Appeal procedure will take effect immediately.

For clarification and assistance, please contact the MFPC Secretariat at 03 – 6203 5899 or email to

Thank you.

Yours sincerely

Malaysian Financial Planning Council

Dr Achene Lahsasna

Chairman, Examination Board

Illustration of CPD Submission 2016

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