Financial Advice NZ to support advisers through licensing

Financial Advice NZ won’t apply for a licence under the new advice regime but will look for ways to help its members into the new regime.

Thursday, December 6th 2018, 6:00AM

It has been suggested that some advisers may fall through the cracks if they do not want to take a licence themselves but do not want to work under the umbrella of another organisation.

Financial Advice NZ chief executive Katrina Shanks said the association would not take a licence, but it would develop resources to help members through the process.

“We have started a number of webinars and will be producing a workbook.”

Tags: Financial Advice New Zealand

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