Compliance firm IDS has restructured to help advisers prepare for more regulatory change on the horizon.
The review of the Financial Advisers Act is working through its final stages, and will introduce a code of conduct for all advisers, among other changes.
IDS managing director Barry Read said his firm had expanded its compliance services for individual advisers in response and established support services for groups who might want to become licensed financial advice firms under the new rules...MORE»
Wednesday, April 13th, 5:59AM
Compliance firm IDS is to tap the skills of its newly-appointed general manager to offer a new service to help advisers manage complaints.MORE»
Monday, March 7th, 6:00AM
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment has been asked: What problem is the Financial Advisers Act trying to fix?MORE»
There is concern that changes to the Code of Professional Conduct for Authorised Financial Advisers, due to take effect this year, may have slipped under the radar for AFAs amid the bigger review of the Financial Advisers Act.MORE»
Hundreds of people have made their views on the Financial Advisers Act heard.MORE»
SiFA has entered a searing submission in response to the Financial Advisers Act review issues paper.MORE»
Industry regulations are cumbersome and reduce the number of advisers operating in the New Zealand market, a group of Massey University academics say.MORE»
The FSC wants RFAs to choose: Operate at the level of AFAs or declare themselves salespeople.MORE»