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No safe harbour for new advisers

Advice firms wanting to recruit new advisers could have a new hurdle once the new regime takes effect.

Wednesday, January 17th, 6:00AM

The incoming Financial Services Legislation Amendment Bill requires all advice businesses to be licensed, starting with a transitional license, before full licenses are required two years later.

Transitional licenses allow a firm to continue to provide the type of financial adviser services they were able to provide under the current regime, without needing to satisfy any new competency requirements introduced by the new code of conduct ...MORE»

Advice force changes: Hunters out, farmers in

Tuesday, January 16th, 6:00AM

Selling a book of business is a different proposition in 2018 than it was a few years ago - and not just because average values have increased substantially.


Stakeholders urged to submit on bill

Monday, January 15th, 6:00AM

Submitters are working to a tight timeframe to get their views in on the Financial Service Legislation Amendment Bill.


Don't worry, stay invested

New Zealand market commentators are optimistic about the year ahead, despite international warnings that a crash is “overdue”.

Friday, January 12th, 6:00AM

Citigroup chief economist Willem Buiter suggested this week that investors cut their exposure to sharemarkets.

"There are clearly signs of late-cycle froth in financial markets, in everything from equities to corporate credit and real estate, especially in the US. There is the risk of an overdue correction,” he said.

"We are reluctant to call an end to the bull market in risk assets just yet but a considerable degree of caution is now warranted ...MORE»

Squeeze on financial recruitment

Thursday, January 11th, 6:00AM  2 comments

A tough hiring environment may force banks and other financial institutions to take a broader approach to finding financial advisers this year.


Cryptocurrency fund open to New Zealand investors

Wednesday, January 10th, 6:00AM  3 comments

New Zealand investors can tap into a cyrptocurrency-focused managed fund – but only if they have at least US$100,000 to invest.


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Five years of nib; award winning funds; and Fidelity's $100m injection

Monday, November 20th, 10:36AM

In this latest episode of GRTV, Good Returns publisher Philip Macalister sat down with nib CEO Rob Hennin; Ana-Marie Lockyer, ANZ general manager wealth and products; MD of Fiducian, Indy Singh; and Fidelity CEO Nadine Tereora.  MORE»

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Insurers collaborate on fintech

Thursday, January 11th, 10:00AM

An insurance working group has been set up to act as a conduit for fintech development in the sector. MORE»

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New look General Finance to take on gaps in market

Monday, January 8th, 1:59PM  1 comment

Filling a gap in the mortgage market will be the focus of non-bank lender General Finance following a buy-out by a group of investors, including Brent King. MORE»

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Perennial position redundant

Tuesday, January 16th, 6:00AM

A key manager at Perennial is moving on, with reports his position was made redundant, MORE»


Savers may be better off with govt fund: Treasury

Thursday, December 21st, 6:00AM  1 comment

Savers would be better off in a government-run KiwiSaver scheme, new data suggests. MORE»

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