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Understanding of financial fairness measured

18 July 2024 - What constitutes fairness in financial services is generally something people agree on.

CoFI change would give FMA power of onsite inspection without warning

31 May 2024 - The major change the government is considering making to the Financial Markets (Conduct of Institutions) Amendment Act 2022 (CoFI) is to give the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) the right to make onsite inspections without warning.

Banks want tweaks, not repeal, to CCCFA and CoFi

13 March 2024 - Banks are optimistic the new National Party-led government will be more business-friendly than the previous government but they would prefer the government to tinker with regulation rather than engage in wholesale repeal.

Simple, streamlined regulation the golden prize

2 February 2024 - The prize to be achieved from simplifying and standardising financial services regulation is significant, law firm MinterEllisonRuddWatts says.

Prickly CoFI legislation to be kept but reformed

31 January 2024 - The government is doing an about turn on the contentious Conduct of Financial Institutions (CoFI) legislation.

Do advisers need another association?

9 November 2023 - Financial Advice NZ chief executive Katrina Shanks questions whether there is room for another adviser association in New Zealand. 

Southern Cross is “very supportive” of CoFi

30 September 2023 - The Southern Cross Health Society says it's “very supportive” of the intention of the Conduct of Financial Institutions Act (CoFi).

Industry should ignore Nat pledge to scrap CoFi: KPMG

27 September 2023 - The National Party's pledge to scrap the Financial Markets (Conduct of Institutions) Amendment Act 2022 (CoFi) “threw a spanner in the works” but businesses should regard it as an opportunity to improve their business, according to accounting firm KPMG.

[The Wrap] FSC should take a position on CoFI

23 September 2023 - It was curious to see the Financial Services Council is turning itself into a lobby group – last time it did that things didn’t go too well.

FSC won't comment on Nat plan to scrap Cofi

19 September 2023 - The Financial Services Council (FSC) is determined to remain apolitical and won't be commenting on any party's proposals.

[The Wrap] NZers will be left exposed if CoFI is repealed

25 August 2023 - The National Party plans to get rid of CoFI if it wins this year’s election. I won’t mince my words. It’s an even dumber policy than what it proposes for KiwiSaver and will leave most New Zealanders unprotected if, and when, things go wrong in financial services.

No way CoFi can stay – National

22 August 2023 - CoFi has to go, says National’s Commerce and Consumer Affairs spokesman Andrew Bayly.

FMA now accepting licensing applications under CoFi regime

25 July 2023 - From today the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) – Te Mana Tātai Hokohoko – will begin accepting licensing applications for financial institution licenses under the Conduct of Financial Institutions (CoFI) regime.

Financial advisers pose lesser distribution risk says FMA

27 June 2023 - The Financial Markets Authority has put out its final guidance to financial institutions on how to comply with new CoFI rules around product and services distribution through intermediary channels.

Advisers pleased with shape of CoFI law

27 February 2023 - Financial Advice NZ, is breathing a sigh of relief that the Government's latest set of rule making for the industry appears to be relatively benign.

CoFI guidelines: What is fair conduct; adviser training and more

24 February 2023 - We dig deeper into the FMA's proposed guidance on new conduct laws and how they will impact advisers.

First clue on how new conduct rules will impact advisers

21 February 2023 - The much-awaited guidance on how new conduct rules will work with advisers has been released by the Financial Markets Authority.

New guidelines for being prepared for advisers under CoFI

2 December 2022 - FMA CoFI guidelines suggest large financial institutions will be required to keep an eye on advisers who do work for them under contract.

CoFI a journey of frustration: CEO

9 August 2022 - FMA sets out timetable for COFI compliance, praises industry for ‘incredibly constructive’ discussions

FMA reveals a plan and timeframe for COFI licensing

21 July 2022 - The Financial Markets Authority (FMA) has wasted no time in putting some flesh on the bones of the COFI Act with the release yesterday of a set of six proposed standards for its new licensing regime for insurers, banks and non-bank deposit-takers.

Conduct laws finally real

30 June 2022 - New conduct rules for the financial services sector have passed through Parliament .

Controversial and coming soon, but how broad is COFI’s reach?

30 June 2022 - An estimated 90% of businesses registered on the Financial Providers Services Register (FSPR) will not be expressly subject to the COFI regime, according to law firm Bell Gully.

COFI bill plans further crackdown on sales incentives

23 June 2022 - The Financial Markets (Conduct of Institutions) Bill (COFI) will be given extra teeth to crack down on sales incentives, according to the man who is driving it through parliament.

CoFI bill changes welcomed by advisers body

21 June 2022 - The main advisers lobby group welcomes changes proposed for financial conduct legislation, which is working its way through parliament.

Conduct bill into new phase

18 May 2022 - The much-criticised Financial Markets (Conduct of Institutions) Amendment Bill, or COFI, took another leap forward in parliament yesterday, passing its second reading and going on to consideration by the Committee of the Whole House next week.

Financial Advice New Zealand hopes for COFI changes

12 May 2022 - Financial Advice New Zealand, is hopeful of untangling at least some of the bureaucratic knots which risk strangling a big portion of the financial advice industry.

Information gap as advisers and insurers struggle to comply with COFI

20 April 2022 - Insurers and advisers who are putting processes in place to comply with COFI have hit a blind spot: exactly how the two groups will be expected to interact will not be known until the government produces a supplementary order paper (SOP) sometime after the bill receives its second reading in Parliament.

FMA puts finishing touches on draft conduct guidelines

18 March 2022 - Newly ensconced FMA boss Samantha Barrass is planning to publish draft conduct guidelines for the financial industry “shortly” and is urging advisers to have their say.

CoFI adds more challenges to financial services

25 November 2021 - Financial advice firms, insurers, banks and related institutions should prepare now for the impending implementation of CoFI legislation or risk being bogged down by further regulations.

Regulation will restore confidence in financial advice

17 November 2021 - The Government is not looking to ruin the financial advice sector by over-regulation but make it more accessible and trustworthy for consumers in the long run.

[GRTV] The difficulties of regulating financial advisers

29 October 2021 - Former Financial Markets Authority chief executive Rob Everett talks about the difficulties of regulating financial advice.

FMA extends regulatory relief - focus on good conduct

29 September 2021 - While the covid crisis and regulatory change have hit many financial service providers hard it's also impacting the country's regulators - none more so than the Financial Markets Authority.

Death by 10,000 paper cuts

7 September 2021 - The advice industry is undergoing much change, and you could be forgiven if you hadn't noticed what's happening to our brethren - mortgage advisers.

CoFI debate back on agenda

27 July 2021 - After numerous delays and extended rounds of consultation, the Financial Markets (Conduct of Institutions) Amendment Bill (CoFI) is heading back to Parliament.

FMA report slams insurers

22 July 2021 - The FMA has fired serious warning shots at the general insurance industry saying it is not prepared for new legislation requiring them to ensure good conduct and fair treatment of customers.

FMA focus - Money laundering, cybercrime, disclosure and more

20 July 2021 - The Financial Markets Authority (FMA) has its work cut out for it over the next 12 months dealing with a range of issues from insider trading, false advertising and the CoFI Bill to cybercrime, KiwiSaver and compliance.

National criticises new conduct bill

11 June 2021 - The new bill to regulate conduct of financial institutions started its second reading in Parliament yesterday and was immediately criticised by the National Party.

CoFI Bill: How will it affect commission?

25 May 2021 - The Financial Markets (Conduct of Institutions) Amendment Bill is set to reform the way banks pay commission to mortgage advisers, with sales and volume based incentives set to be outlawed. Here's what advisers need to know.

What the CoFI review means for advisers

3 May 2021 - MBIE is currently undergoing an industry consultation on whether the CoFI bill should apply to financial advisers, Good Returns digs into the details.

CoFI under consultation

27 April 2021 - MBIE has opened up a second industry consultation on the CoFI bill, which would see financial advisers have two sets of conduct principles to adhere to.

What does ‘treat fairly’ mean in new conduct law?

17 August 2020 - Russell Hutchinson is a fan of being treated fairly, and thinks we should, of course, treat customers fairly. But how might the fair conduct requirement work in practice?

Win for financial advisers as CoFI tweaked

10 August 2020 - Financial advisers have been granted some leniency under the new Financial Markets (Conduct of Institutions) Amendment Bill.

Industry unites in message to select committee

11 June 2020 - The Finance and Expenditure select committee has heard a “concerted message” from the financial services sector, its chair Deborah Russell says.

CoFI submitters: Slow down

8 June 2020 - New Zealand’s financial services sector has asked for more time to be spent on developing the Conduct of Financial Institutions Bill – and warned there could be unintended consequences of the bill in its current form.

Financial advice commissions not under threat: Faafoi

20 May 2020 - Commerce Minister Kris Faafoi has acknowledged concern at how the Conduct of Financial Institutions Bill (CoFI) will interact with the new financial advice regime – but says he thinks the advice regime is the most appropriate way to regulate financial advice and advisers.

Insurance adviser conduct obligations

6 May 2020 - Steve Wright takes a critical look at the minimum standards of competence, due care, diligence and skill and how it will affect the insurance adviser world.

SiFA: CoFI needs complete rewrite

5 May 2020 - Adviser group SiFA has called for the Financial Markets (Conduct of Institutions) Amendment Bill (CoFI)  to be completely rewritten – and warned that, in its current state, it could lead to adviser businesses being turned on their heads “with a stroke of a pen”.

CoFI delay welcomed

24 March 2020 - A decision by Parliament’s Finance and Expenditure Committee to extend the time for submissions on the Financial Markets (Conduct of Institutions) Amendment Bill is a very sensible one, says Financial Advice NZ.

Faafoi reassures advisers about the future

11 February 2020 - Commerce Minister Kris Faafoi has promised the financial services sector there will be no more big announcements this year.

Conduct bill will mean changes for advisers: MBIE

27 January 2020 - New conduct regulations for financial institutions will cause a limited reduction in access to financial advice because a ban or cap on commission has not been recommended, the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment says.

Legislation overload 'could have unintended consequences'

15 October 2019 - New rules of conduct for banks and insurers could be bad news for organisations already grappling with the looming implementation of the Financial Services Legislation Amendment Act, one law firm says.

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