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FMA pushes net returns over fees debate

21 November 2017 - The FMA has made it clear that promoting KiwiSaver funds on low fees only is wrong.

A survival guide for financial adviser licensing

21 November 2017 - All financial advisory businesses will begin a mandatory licensing process, but do not fear, the FMA comes in peace, John Berry says. In the first of two-part commentary he shares his views on what to expect and how to prepare for change.

South Island tribe looks to add KiwiSaver scheme

19 November 2017 - Ngāi Tahu's successful savings scheme for its iwi is considering offering a white-label KiwiSaver scheme to its 24,000 members.    

ANZ KiwiSaver gets top awards...again

16 November 2017 - Research firm SuperRatings has awarded Platinum ratings to all three of ANZ Investments’ KiwiSaver schemes for the fourth year in a row. Platinum is...

Next stop: Innovation

16 November 2017 - Fidelity Life chief executive Nadine Tereora says a $100 million investment from the NZ Super Fund has arrived at the perfect time.

Fiducian offers something a bit different

16 November 2017 - India and IT are two solid investment opportunities perfectly positioned for future growth, says Indy Singh, managing director of Fiducian Investment Management.

Why India and Tech funds count

16 November 2017 - Sydney-based manager Fiducian Asset Management took out a first and second place in the recent FundSource Fund Manager of the Year Awards. Managing Director Indy Singh joins Philip Macalister to talk about these winning funds.

Economic outlook still positive: ASB

15 November 2017 - Investors are being told to expect less economic growth over the second-half of the year – but the slowdown should not last.

Look to Asia for yield

8 November 2017 - Advisers are being encouraged to think of investments into Asia as being a useful income generating investment, rather than one for capital appreciation.

When price and value diverge

7 November 2017 - The economics profession has always struggled to define the notion of value – and not only within the narrow context of the financial markets!

Sovereign boost commissions; nib offers a new model

7 November 2017 - nib moves to spread commission offer as Sovereign boosts its advisers' pay cheques.

Getting to Know: Janet Natta

3 November 2017 - Janet Natta wants more people to know that financial advisers are awesome.

Market wobbles 'signify need for active management'

3 November 2017 - Significant drops in price in a number of New Zealand equities this week are being held up as a sign it is a stockpicker's market.

Investors search for income

2 November 2017 - More investors are looking for products that produce income in retirement, as low interest rates persist.

Responsible investing missing the mark: White paper

1 November 2017 - New Zealand's responsible investment managers are too focused on exclusions, a new white paper says.

Fidelity Life gets $100 million injection

31 October 2017 - The NZ Superannuation Fund is looking to take a 41% cornerstone stake in Fidelity Life.

KiwiSaver fees: Paying for performance

31 October 2017 - ANZ has produced an excellent document to celebrate 10 years of KiwiSaver, called Dollars and Cents: A Decade of KiwiSaver. Ana-Marie Lockyer, GM of Wealth Products at ANZ Investments, talks about what’s in the report.

Fisher Funds: Industry should pull together

31 October 2017 - Bruce McLachlan has recently taken over as the Chief Executive of Fisher Funds Management, coming into the role from the Co-Operative Bank.

Leverage up your KiwiSaver fund

30 October 2017 - Booster chief investment officer David Beattie says people should be taking more risk in their KiwiSaver funds.

Equities versus Bonds?

30 October 2017 - The often-used phrase "margin of safety" is usually attributed to famous value investor and Warren Buffett’s teacher, Benjamin Graham. Its definition varies widely.

Going for growth

30 October 2017 - It’s the elusive thing that almost every adviser is looking for. Most have attended countless seminars, roadshows and conferences to unlock its secrets. Many advisers have bookshelves full of wisdom on the subject. But who is really achieving it?

The Wrap: Deadlines for changes clearer (maybe)

27 October 2017 - Since this is the Weekly Wrap we thought we'd try and wrap the week up, highlighting the key news stories and looking ahead to what's happening next week. Read on to see what's on the agenda.

Smartshares hits $2b FUM

27 October 2017 - NZX exchange-traded funds business Smartshares has ticked over $2 billion in funds under management.

Lessons from RBOHA

24 October 2017 - A large number of retail investors breathed a sigh of relief last month as they received their principal of $900 million back on what was New Zealand’s largest retail bond issue which was launched 10 years ago. Harbour Asset Management looks at the lessons learnt from the Rabobank offer.

FSLAB could be slower

24 October 2017 - Progress of the Financial Services Legislation Amendment Bill may be slower under the new Labour-led government than it might have been under National.

Sharemarket success no easy ride

10 October 2017 - Inexperienced advisers might be tempted to use sharemarket gains as a way to score wins with clients – but are being told they might regret it.

Getting to Know: Anand Srinivasan

6 October 2017 - Anand Srinivasan has been making waves since he gave up working for a provider to work for himself.

FMA: Advisers can help clients avoid scams

6 October 2017 - Advisers have a key role to play in helping clients avoid scams, the Financial Markets Authority says.

FMA to KiwiSaver providers: We are getting impatient

5 October 2017 - KiwiSaver providers have been told they must do better, as the amount they earn in fees soars.

Clients' sense of security 'most important'

3 October 2017 - Advisers are being told that giving their clients peace of mind may be more important than the investment returns they provide.

Pathfinder focuses on responsibility

2 October 2017 - Fund manager Pathfinder is rebranding, with a focus on responsible investing.

Getting to Know: Murray Harris

29 September 2017 - Murray Harris says financial advice is about much more than money and investments. But his time with the world's super-wealthy has given him added appreciation of both.

Kiwi Wealth latest to get responsible tick

25 September 2017 - Kiwi Wealth is the first default KiwiSaver provider to have all its funds verified as being invested responsibly. The accreditation has been independently...

Peters as Kingmaker: What next for investors?

25 September 2017 - New Zealand may be on tenterhooks waiting for New Zealand First leader Winston Peters' coalition decision, but investors do not have cause to worry ... yet, commentators say.

Getting to Know: Andrew Kelleher

22 September 2017 - Andrew Kelleher - financial adviser, wealth manager... hole-digger?

Simplicity offers income option

22 September 2017 - KiwiSaver provider Simplicity has signed a deal with variable annuity firm Lifetime Retirement Income, to provide a new KiwiSaver fund that offers retirees an income for life.

Labour would change Reserve Bank - so what?

21 September 2017 - A change of government this weekend could mean a new direction for the Reserve Bank and another element for investors to understand.

Advisers should speak up for investor unfairness

20 September 2017 - An adviser says a recent $25 million new shares placement by Turners Automotive Group highlights the importance of advisers to investors as the industry continues to embrace roboadvice.

Don’t bank on those dividends

18 September 2017 - In its latest investment commentary Castle Point Funds Management works out what is the best time to invest in banks.

Getting to Know: Toni Dodds

15 September 2017 - She's Fred's daughter, but don't hold that against Toni Dodds.

Mercer appoints CIO

11 September 2017 - New recruit will be responsible for investment performance across the Pacific region.

Getting to Know: Liz Koh

8 September 2017 - Adviser Liz Koh says she deliberately set out to build a public profile.

Responsible investing: Is there a cost?

8 September 2017 - The most popular argument used by investors that are resistant to the concept of responsible investing is that “returns are lower, it will cost me money”. Well, times have changed.

Funds not 'true to label': Researcher

7 September 2017 - When is a 'balanced' fund not a balanced fund? When it takes the risk of a growth fund, one researcher says.

$5.4m Ponzi admitted

6 September 2017 - New Zealand investors have lost $5.4 million in another Ponzi scheme.

Goals-based investing: a different way of thinking

5 September 2017 - Investing to meet long-term goals and manage financial risks in a changing investment environment requires a different way of thinking.

Getting to Know: Dean Anderson

1 September 2017 - Dean Anderson is the face of Smartshares for many advisers - but do you know where he spent 2006?

Trustee company turns to private equity

1 September 2017 - Private equity company Direct Capital takes a stake in Complectus, which owns Perpetual Guardian and other trustee firms.

Boost for fixed interest fund

30 August 2017 - The NZ-domiciled Hunter Global Fixed Interest Fund has almost half a billion dollars under management less than six months after launching. Tony Hildyard...

Quantitative investment styles, and when they perform

28 August 2017 - Factor investing as a style has become increasingly popular in the last decade with the rise of Smart Beta funds globally. These strategies are expected to outperform the market over the long-term.

Getting to Know: Reagan Bax

25 August 2017 - Is Reagan Bax, brother of model Kylie Bax, the only member of the NZ financial advice sector to have played golf with Donald Trump?

Investor lending exodus

25 August 2017 - It is investors, not first home buyers, who are bearing the brunt of the LVRs and retreating from the borrowing arena, new Reserve Bank data shows.

Remarkable adds and subtracts managers

23 August 2017 - Remarkable Capital has taken on two new managers, and as a result is no longer representing King Tide (which is now wholesale only) and The Boat Fund. The...

Chaotic election not necessarily bad news for investors

22 August 2017 - New Zealand’s political landscape may be turmultuous but fund managers are divided on how much of an impact it will have on the local markets.

Barramundi skinned in market

21 August 2017 - The Fisher Funds managed listed Australian equities trust, Barramundi (NZX: BRM) has seen its annual profit fall 50% to $2.7 million. The result includes...

The global economy: weak household incomes constrain outlook

21 August 2017 - Over the last two months or so, we have travelled quite widely and one factor that has stood out during our travels has been the ongoing and seemingly widespread relative weakness in household income trends.

Devon grabs high profile CIO from bank

21 August 2017 - Devon Funds Management has appointed a new chief investment officer who has for many years been with one of its competitors.

Managers issue risk warning

21 August 2017 - Fund managers are warning that the risk indicators they use in information for investors may make their funds seem less volatile than they really are.

Clients might need a bonds brush-up

17 August 2017 - Advisers are being warned that some clients may get a shock when rising interest rates put pressure on bond values.

New executive director for Harbour

15 August 2017 - Harbour Asset Management has revealed a new executive director.

Super Fund: Carbon risk under-priced

15 August 2017 - The $35 billion New Zealand Superannuation Fund has sold off $950 million of companies with high exposure to carbon emissions and fossil fuel reserves.

Political risk – New Zealand next?

14 August 2017 - The last eighteen months have been a particularly fascinating time to be following political events. 

FNZC launches private investment channel

14 August 2017 - First NZ Capital (FNZC) is offering a new channel for private investors to put their money directly into medium-to-large unlisted New Zealand businesses.

Magellan plans list global trust

10 August 2017 - Magellan is planning an IPO for a new ASX-listed investment trust, the Magellan Global Trust. The Magellan Global Trust will invest in a focussed portfolio...

Managers struggle to find index to report against

9 August 2017 - An exemption is being proposed for fund managers who are unable to find a compliant market index to use when they communicate to clients how their funds have performed.

Investing responsibly: passing the tipping point

8 August 2017 - Do you believe that well governed companies have better long-term prospects than their competition? If you do, then you have already taken the first small step to aligning yourself with a more sophisticated approach to responsible investing (RI).

Getting to Know: Sue Brown

4 August 2017 - Sue Brown was known to many advisers as the face of regulation at the FMA. She's now off on her own, operating Sue Brown Solutions.

Mint gets A+ rating

2 August 2017 - Mint Asset Management has been given an A+ rating from UNPRI for responsible investment governance and strategy. A+ is the highest rating achievable for...

Global Equities: Why it's time to rethink

31 July 2017 - We are often asked for our view on emerging markets and whether now is a good time to be over or underweight. We feel that the term “emerging markets” is now more a matter of benchmark classification as opposed to some common fundamental reality.

Make sure clients are correctly invested

31 July 2017 - Advisers should explain to their clients why market conditions are as they are – and what might cause them to change, one economist says.

International equities: Approach with caution

31 July 2017 - Managers are taking a more cautious approach to global equities as valuations remain stubbornly high.

Getting to Know: Richard Klipin

28 July 2017 - Richard Klipin is tackling the job of rejuvenating the FSC in a period of big change for the industry.

Bumpy lending ride continues

26 July 2017 - Evidence that investors dependent on mortgages are exiting the property market in significant numbers looms large in the latest Reserve Bank data.

Bigger questions to ask of retirement policy: Report

25 July 2017 - Analysts says the 'jokey' 2016 review from the Retirement Commissioner missed some of the big questions.

FMA finds room for improvement

21 July 2017 - Consumers still feel they are not getting enough information about the fees and costs associated with the financial products they hold, and why they are suitable choices.

Luck might run out for passive managers

19 July 2017 - PM Capital's Paul Moore reveals why he believes passive investing is reaching peak momentum and why that should throw up more opportunities for active managers.

The rising cost of financial advice

19 July 2017 - Hobson Wealth Partners' Warren Couillault talks about the cost of providing financial advice and why he believes it is now 50% to 100% more than it was five years ago.  

Europe recovery creating opportunities for investors

19 July 2017 - Good Returns talks to Julian McCormack, an investment specialist for Platinum Asset Management in Sydney. Platinum has $25 billion of funds under management, and the firm was set up by Kerr Nielson, who was very well-known in New Zealand many years ago. 

Why now is the time for active management

19 July 2017 - Publisher Philip Macalister spoke to Andrew Bascand from Harbour Asset Management. Harbour has over $3.3 billion in funds under management at the moment, and recently won the Morningstar Fund Manager of the Year Award for the second consecutive time. 

Will bonds bail you out next time?

19 July 2017 - The traditional wisdom is that investors typically benefit from a negative correlation between equities and bonds, with falling stock markets being associated with buoyant fixed interest markets as bond yields decline (and vice versa), thereby smoothing combined returns.   

Request useful investor information, advisers told

18 July 2017 - Investors and financial advisers are being told they should not be afraid to put pressure on companies to get them to report information in a way that is useful to them.

Get real!

17 July 2017 - It is now nearly a decade since the GFC. Returns have been very acceptable across most asset classes over this period.

More than 75% of advisers using ETFs

17 July 2017 - Advisers are turning to exchange-traded funds in increasing numbers – but there’s a warning not to “set and forget” the passive investments.

Ross liquidators want $21m

14 July 2017 - Liquidators of Ponzi scheme Ross Asset Management have signalled they want more than $21 million from the investors who made profits from the scheme.

Getting to Know: Michael Naylor

14 July 2017 - Michael Naylor has spent a lot of time studying financial advisers - but he wants you to know he's not a "loony-leftie" academic.

GRTV: Code working group, active v passive and the rising cost of financial advice

14 July 2017 - In this latest episode of GRTV, Mike Newton of advice firm Newton Ross discusses the "scary" make up of the new code working group, Hobson Wealth Partners' Warren Couillault talks about the rising cost of providing financial advice and finally Paul Moore of PM Capital explains why passive managers’ luck just might run out.

ANZ launches scheme to help retain KiwiSaver clients

14 July 2017 - ANZ is launching a new system through which it hopes to hold on to more of its KiwiSaver members.

Can experts predict market turning points?

13 July 2017 - “Buy low, sell high” sounds like a wildly simple and effective investment strategy. But it requires an investor to know when is a good time to buy, and how to time the even harder decision to sell. Can investors predict and profit from turning points in markets? Can experts help with this decision making?

$2b tilting programme 'good example' for advisers

13 July 2017 - Strategic tilting has delivered an extra $2 billion in value to the NZ Super Fund, and it is suggested there may be lessons for advisers in its experience.

Harbour appoints new COO to replace Kaye

11 July 2017 - Harbour Asset Management has pointed Ruari McGregor as its new chief operating officer to replace Jody Kaye.

Qualitative reports 'class advice'

10 July 2017 - Research provider FundSource will be able to deliver its reports direct to retail investors, now that they are classified as financial advice.

Active managers time is coming: Moore

8 July 2017 - Passive managers’ luck may run out over the coming years, one fund manager says.

LendMe rebrands, takes on Australia with bank boss at helm

6 July 2017 - Borrowers who are having trouble getting lending from mainstream banks are seeking alternatives, such as peer-to-peer options, one provider says.

New robo service 'NZ's smartest financial adviser'

29 June 2017 - The financial adviser behind a new online KiwiSaver advice site says the platform is competition for traditional financial advice models.

Mark Weaver has died

12 June 2017 - Actuary Mark Weaver has died after a short fight with cancer.

Timing key for contrarian investing

16 March 2017 - Buying investments as others are bailing out requires courage but should pay off in the long run, says Julian Morrison, of fund manager Allan Gray.

Clients' retirement can be ruined by one bad year

14 March 2017 - New Zealand financial advisers need to talk to clients about how their retirement income would fare if there was a significant downturn soon after they stop working, it has been suggested.

Ultra-conservative advice approach may harm junior boards

17 February 2017 - Advisers’ concerns about their regulatory requirement to put their clients in “appropriate” investments may be constraining growth in junior boards, a report on the equity market suggests.

Is that really advice?

13 February 2017 - What ordinary people think is advice, what we think advice is, and what the law defines as financial advice vary a bit. So what is advice? Does it matter if your client knows?

Investors may expect more from NZ in wake of quake

18 November 2016 - Investors may want more of a risk premium on their investments in New Zealand in the short term because of this week’s earthquakes.

Ditch benchmarks in client conversations, advisers told

17 November 2016 - Advisers are being urged to talk to their clients about the performance of their investments in terms of their goals, rather than referring to benchmarks and indexes.

Advisers welcome prospect of robo

18 October 2016 - An international survey of CFP advisers, including those in New Zealand, has found they are starting to view roboadvice as an opportunity, rather than a threat.

Trump win could mean more work for advisers

18 October 2016 - Advisers are being told they may have to do some extra client hand-holding if the United States elects a President Trump this year – but now could be a good time to cash in wins from New Zealand shares.

Crunch on advisers' time

14 October 2016 - Regulation is prompting advisers to have to think about what they enjoy doing - and do well - and outsource the rest. But does that put too much pressure on margins?

FPH trading under trial spotlight

30 September 2016 - The spotlight in the Mark Warminger case swung on to two of New Zealand’s investment sector heavyweights in day four of the trial at the Auckland High Court.

Commission ban 'errant nonsense'

26 September 2016 - New Zealand advisers are backing a prediction that there will be a global ban on commission within five years – but one fund manager has described it as "nonsense”.

Women left behind

7 July 2016 - Financial advisers are being urged to consider what they can do to get more women engaged with their financial futures.

Turbo-charged returns can't last: Super Fund

23 June 2016 - Strong market returns experienced over the past five years are unlikely to continue into the future -  but low interest rates are likely here to stay, the NZ Super Fund’s manager of investment analysis, Roland Winn, says.

Low interest rates likely to be a problem for some time

16 June 2016 - Advisers and clients will need a mindset shift to deal with many more years of low interest rates, it has been predicted.

FMA: Changing regulatory landscape hard for some

26 May 2016 - New Zealand’s new world of financial regulation has come as a shock to many, but the Financial Markets Authority boss says it is building an improved investment environment.

Roboadvice may be a solution to fee pressure

16 May 2016 - Roboadvice and other software solutions are being suggested as an answer to increasing pressure on investment advisers' fees.

Are you confronting clients' biases?

22 April 2016 - Investment advisers are being told to pay more attention to the unconscious biases that may be driving their clients’ behaviour.

Advisers must save clients from themselves

12 April 2016 - Advisers need to help stop investors becoming their own worst enemies in the current low-rate environment, an analyst says.

Verhaart joins GMI

8 April 2016 - Global investment and fund manager Gareth Morgan Investments (GMI) has appointed Peter Verhaart to the newly created key role of head of implemented investment.

Kiwibank takes aim at two-year term

29 March 2016 - Kiwibank has cut some if its fixed rates. It's two-year Special is now one of the best in the market. To see how it compares see the rates table sorted...

AMP Capital to offer direct investment

16 March 2016 - AMP Capital is opening its funds directly to retail investors.

Do balanced funds need to change?

10 March 2016 - Changing market conditions may mean New Zealand’s investing population must alter its definition of what a balanced fund looks like, it has been claimed.

Interest grows in ethical options

9 March 2016 - New Zealand fund managers and advisers are switching on to responsible investing, it has been claimed.

Industry could do better by women

8 March 2016 - New Zealand’s adviser community could be doing better to cater for female clients, it has been claimed.

More apply for CFA status

2 February 2016 - More than 10% more New Zealand and Australian candidates sat the level one exam for the Chartered Financial Analyst qualification last year than in 2014.

Risky business

13 January 2016 - The fallout over technology retailer Dick Smith’s receivership just two years after being listed is a reminder to clients that not everything is a sure...

NZIER economist appointed by wealth management firm

22 December 2015 - Financial planning firm Stewart Financial Group has appointed NZIER economist Aaron Drew as its chief investment officer.

Muted response to Fed move

18 December 2015 - Global monetary policy is likely to be supportive for investors in international equity markets for some time, including in New Zealand and Australia, commentators say.

Finally

17 December 2015 - After much anticipation, the US Federal Reserve has finally delivered its first rate hike in 10 years, lifting the Fed Funds target rate to 0.25-0.50%.  

Being aware of urban change drivers

15 December 2015 - A new report which explores the drivers of urban change in New Zealand should be useful for investors, according to one of the authors. Read here.  ...

Threat to global growth from rising inventories

2 December 2015 - It must be remembered that 2015, like 2014 and 2013 before it, was supposed to be the year in which the US and indeed other consumers finally threw off the shackles of the Post GFC era and raised their level of spending on the back of falling energy prices and rising housing and property wealth

Blow to investor lending

26 November 2015 - New tax and loan-to-value (LVR) ratios seem to have significantly dented bank lending to investors. Full story here. Also read of the tentative support...

Trusts caught in FATCA net

12 November 2015 - New rules require many family trusts to register with United States authorities if they want to use managed funds or discretionary investment management services.

Housing market still a risk - RBNZ

11 November 2015 - There are no Reserve Bank plans for further investor restrictions, despite its housing market concerns.

What you need to know about income funds

11 November 2015 - David Scobie, a senior consultant at Mercer, questions what part income funds should play in investor portfolios.

Banking firms leave New Zealand

10 November 2015 - Deutsche Bank is closing its operations in New Zealand and Goldman Sachs looks to shift its securities business to Sydney. While the move was seen as "commercially...

Labour cuts CGT from party policies

9 November 2015 - The Labour Party will not be campaigning on a Capital Gains Tax in the 2017 election.  Its elimination from the party's policies was decided at Labour's...

NZ’s 4th P2P lender to target SMEs

12 October 2015 - New Zealand’s peer-to-peer (P2P) lending scene is set to get busier, following the news that Lending Crowd received its license from the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) on Friday.

Attractive yields on offer at Harmoney

10 September 2015 - New Zealand’s first peer-to-peer (P2P) lender has had a cracker of a first year, but it is investors in the Harmoney marketplace that are seeing the profits.

Time to brace clients for end of golden returns

18 August 2015 - Are you talking to your clients about how to handle a possible market correction?

Old trail income under review

11 May 2015 - Registered financial advisers receiving trail commission on category one products they are no longer allowed to offer advice on will come under scrutiny in this year’s Financial Advisers Act review, the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment says.

Rebalancing poses problems

30 April 2015 - Advisers may face a difficult discussion with clients this year as they seek to rebalance portfolios.

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Kiwibank - Capped - - - -
Kiwibank - Offset 5.80 - - -
Kiwibank Special - 4.55 4.65 4.99
Liberty 5.69 - - -
Napier Building Society - - - -
Nelson Building Society 6.10 5.10 5.45 -
Resimac 5.30 4.86 4.94 5.30
RESIMAC Special 5.00 - 4.75 -
SBS Bank 5.89 4.99 5.19 5.49
Lender Flt 1yr 2yr 3yr
SBS Bank Special - 4.59 4.69 4.99
Sovereign 5.90 4.75 4.99 5.29
Sovereign Special - 4.39 4.69 4.99
The Co-operative Bank - Owner Occ 5.75 4.55 4.69 4.99
The Co-operative Bank - Standard 5.75 5.05 5.19 5.49
TSB Bank 5.80 4.80 5.15 5.45
TSB Special - 4.55 4.69 4.79
Wairarapa Building Society 5.70 4.85 4.99 -
Westpac 5.95 4.99 5.19 5.44
Westpac - Capped rates - 5.26 5.36 -
Westpac - Offset 5.95 - - -
Lender Flt 1yr 2yr 3yr
Westpac Special - 4.59 4.69 4.94
Median 5.82 4.78 4.99 5.29

Last updated: 15 November 2017 9:40am

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