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[GRTV] Why a four day week is good; Fears about markets
Perpetual Guardian founder Andrew Barnes talks about why a four-day week is good for businesses and his fears markets are repeating the mistakes that lead to the last downturn.

[GRTV] We have to prove we are not the bad guys: Ballantyne
Partners Life managing director Naomi Ballantyne says the various regulatory reviews are putting huge pressure on life insurance companies and distracting them from their core business of paying claims.

[GRTV] Good conduct and culture drives out the snake oil
Reserve Bank governor Adrian Orr talks to Philip Macalister about good conduct and culture and what needs to change in the life insurance market.

[GRTV] Code gets eight out of 10 from long-time critic
Adviser advocate Murray Weatherston says the new code is good for advisers - but there's an elephant in the room.

[GRTV] No back-down from Level Five, Dale-Jones says
A suggestion that the new Code of Conduct for financial advisers is a back down on the requirement for Level Five qualifications is incorrect, Code Working Group chairman Angus Dale-Jones says.

[GRTV] New thinking needed around retirement savings
In this interesting interview Russell Investments managing director Tim Noonan says there needs to be a total rethink around retirement savings and how advisers talk to clients about their futures.

[GRTV] Orr explains why the RBNZ cut the OCR
Reserve Bank governor Adrian Orr joins Philip Macalister in the studio to talk about why the central bank cut the OCR this week.

[GRTV] Fear of doing Level 5 wrong reason to bail from advice industry
In the latest episode of Good Returns TV, Strategi executive director David Greenslade tells advisers they should not be afraid of doing Level Five papers. Click to Read On

[GRTV] Mint's Rebecca Thomas in studio
Good Returns TV is back for 2019. In this first episode Mint Asset Management chief executive Rebecca Thomas talks about a new way of remunerating advisers and suggests the FMA should be "bolder" in addressing performance fee issues.

[GRTV] Great advice from the best
In our second show from the Financial Advice NZ conference Good Returns talks with popular keynote speakers Don Connelly and Michael Harrison.

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