MR Warren McKeown

MR Warren McKeown


  • Asymmetric information and agency theory in the context of the personal financial planning industry
  • Fund manager performance
  • Market efficiency
  • Personal financial planning
  • Superannuation



  • Warren McKeown is a Teaching Fellow in the Accounting Department and currently teaching Financial Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis in masters programs. Prior to his appointment in January 2008 he was a Senior Lecturer and Course Director of Financial Planning, at RMIT University for 11 years where he devised and taught the range of financial planning subjects in the undergraduate financial planning degree program.

    He has twenty years of experience in financial planning as a Chartered Accountant (Financial Planning Specialist) and as a Certified Financial Planner. Warren presents workshops on financial planning for the CPA Program and is the chair of the Advisory Panel of the Personal Financial Planning and Superannuation segment of the CPA program.

    He is also a panel member of the Financial Industry Complaints Service and a subject expert for the Ethics, Professionalism and Compliance module of the FPA's CFP program.

    He occasionally comments on various financial planning topics on ABC radio, and also provides consulting services to a small number of clients thereby ensuring that he remains current with the dynamics of the industry particularly in relation to superannuation matters.   


Selected publications


Education and training

  • M.BUS, RMIT University 2006
  • CA, Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia 1995
  • B.ED, Deakin University 1987
  • B.EC., Monash University 1970