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Firms will need to 'consolidate and grow'

8 September 2020 - Small advice firms are looking for opportunities to sell their books of clients or join forces with larger organisations as the deadline for licensing looms, one adviser says.

Level five isn't the big issue for advisers; It's something else

2 September 2020 - Insurance adviser Jon-Paul Hale says advisers are getting hung up on level five qualifications, when the real issues they should be focusing on are much bigger.

Licences near 1,000 milestone

27 August 2020 - Almost 1,000 licences for financial advice providers have been issued, but there may still be some advisers who do not fully understand the requirement ahead of them, it has been suggested.

Start date for regime unlikely to change again

21 August 2020 - New lockdown restrictions are unlikely to push out the start of the new financial advice regime.

Death of small advice firms exaggerated: FMA

7 August 2020 - Advisers who have registered for a financial advice provider service on the Financial Services Provider Register but who have not yet finished their application for a transitional licence are being reminded to keep moving.

FMA restarts regulatory activities

2 August 2020 - The Financial Markets Authority says regulatory activities will restart in a “phased approach” as New Zealand continues to respond to the disruption caused by Covid-19.

Some sense with regulation

27 July 2020 - Recent discussion papers show "sense is prevailing" says Jon-Paul Hale. 

Commission disclosure: What's material?

6 July 2020 - Advisers' requirements to disclose what they're paid under the new financial advice regime will centre on what clients might consider a material influence.

Final disclosure regulations welcomed

25 June 2020 - Tweaks to the disclosure regulations for financial advisers will make the rules more workable, industry participants say.

Mixed response to full licensing details

23 June 2020 - The FMA's plans for full licensing under FSLAA have drawn a mixed response from mortgage advisers, with fears of rising compliance costs in the industry.

Advisers 'firebreaker' for clients, Botica says

20 June 2020 - Financial advisers are keen to engage with full licensing proposals – and have been able to prove their worth during the country’s response to Covid-19, the Financial Markets Authority says.

Licence classes welcomed, more clarity needed on some criteria: Shanks

17 June 2020 - Four of the proposed full licensing criteria for financial advisers deserve further attention, Financial Advice New Zealand says.

FMA finally shows what full licensing looks like

17 June 2020 - Adviser firms will be licensed under FSLAA according to the size and scope of their businesses, it has been revealed.

Applications show small advice firms still see future: FMA

19 May 2020 - Some advisers might have hit hard financial times due to the Covid-19 outbreak but large numbers are focusing on the future, the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) says.

FSLAA overachievers 'could be collateral damage'

2 April 2020 - A delayed start for the Financial Services Legislation Amendment Act regime is the right thing to do – but it could be a problem for proactive advice providers who had already started to move their businesses towards licensing, one financial services law expert says.

Licensing won't start until next year

26 March 2020 - It is expected that the new financial advice regime will not begin until March at the earliest.

Transitional licensing start date pushed back

24 March 2020 - Commerce Minister Kris Faafoi is pushing back the start of the adviser licensing regime.

Regulation slowing: Is FSLAA next?

22 March 2020 - The Government and regulators have dialled back much of their regulatory work at the moment and are now facing pressure to extend the deadline for transitional licensing.

Groups apply for transitional licensing

12 March 2020 - Dealer groups have stepped up preparations for the new regulatory regime by applying for their financial advice provider licences.

Jeff Royle targets industry leavers

11 March 2020 - High profile mortgage adviser Jeff Royle of iLender is offering an alternative service for brokers who want to exit the industry.

300 FAP applications – FMA 'not worried'

5 March 2020 - The Financial Markets Authority says it’s comfortable with the rate of applications being lodged for transitional licences.

The cost of running a one-person FAP revealed

18 February 2020 - It’s been estimated it might cost $10,000 to become licensed as a small adviser business, and then $10,000 a year to operate – but there’s a warning that’s the wrong way to look at it.

ASB reveals its position on FAPs

10 February 2020 - ASB Bank will work with adviser businesses that hold a FAP licence as well as group FAPs under the new regulatory regime. 

FMA needs more money

30 January 2020 - The Financial Markets Authority expects to collect $1.2 million in licensing fee revenue as it works through the process of granting FSLAA licences over the next year, a new document shows.

Licence applications still slow to roll in

13 January 2020 - The next couple of months may bring a rush of transitional licence applications, it has been predicted.

[The Wrap] Five predictions for 2020

10 January 2020 - It's the start of a new year and a new decade. While it's 2020, Philip Macalister looks ahead and makes some predictions around what may happen in the financial advice sector this year.

Small banks stall on licensing

10 January 2020 - TSB and The Co-operative are among the lenders yet to decide how they will work with financial advice provider licence holders under the new regulatory regime.

Advisers told to take action

5 January 2020 - Financial advisers are being told not to delay decisions about their licences.

MBIE urges caution for FAPs engaging multiple advisers

18 December 2019 - There is a risk that advisers being able to work for more than one financial advice provider could result in consumer confusion or harm, the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) says.

Advisers: Licence process simple, but not many have done it

17 December 2019 - Advisers who have completed the process to obtain a transitional licence say it was straightforward. However, the number of licences issued is low.

My wildly unhelpful prediction …

12 December 2019 - I said to a colleague about two months ago that based on the 2010 change, 90% of advisers will miss the June 2020 deadline. They disagreed – they may well be right – I hope they are.

First FAP licences issued

1 December 2019 - The first transitional licences have been issued to financial advice providers under the new regime.

[The Wrap] Into the unknown

24 November 2019 - We're days out from transitional licensing opening and still there are questions which remain unanswered.

Details confirmed for transitional licensing

20 November 2019 - The Financial Markets Authority has confirmed the standard conditions it will require of those seeking a transitional financial advice provider (FAP) licence under the new regime.

Expect dramatic fall in FAP numbers: Greenslade

13 November 2019 - New Zealand could expect to get to as few as 400 financial advice providers by 2030, one training and compliance provider says.

As confusion reigns and opinions are strong, is it all a bit much?

31 October 2019 - There are so many options for advisers under the new regime; licensing, coming under a licence, packing it in, or working for a bank or insurer. Jon-Paul Hale says the answer is quite simple.

Group FAPs could limit choice of suppliers: Newpark

30 October 2019 - Mortgage advisers could find their selection of available lenders limited by their financial advice provider under the new regulatory regime, Newpark’s Andrew Scott has warned.

Licensing fee increase

25 October 2019 - Financial advisers will have to pay more than originally suggested to be licensed under the new regime, it has been revealed.

Transitional licensing delayed

24 October 2019 - There's a few more weeks to wait before you can apply for a transitional FAP licence.

ANZ reveals stance on FAPs

21 October 2019 - ANZ has laid out its position on the new regulatory regime, stating it will work with adviser businesses and groups that hold a financial advice provider licence.

What is the advice risk?

21 October 2019 - You could be forgiven for keeping your head down, servicing clients and paying the bills. And frankly, we all need to be doing that.

Advisers not dropping out, Financial Advice NZ says

17 October 2019 - Financial Advice NZ says most advisers plan to remain in the sector under the new licensing regime – and most will take their own licence.

Mortgage Lab and Kepa plan for new regime

16 October 2019 - The Mortgage Lab will be an authorised body underneath Kepa's financial advice provider licence under the new regulatory regime. 

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.

Govt seeks feedback on disclosure rules

11 October 2019 - Clients will have to be clearly told what fees they are likely to pay, and what commissions an adviser will receive, under draft disclosure regulations revealed by the Government this week.

What to do, what to do …

8 October 2019 - Although compliance with the Financial Advice Code should be a given there are some missing pieces from the puzzle of compliance under the new regime.

Asteron offers to guide advisers through change

3 October 2019 - Asteron Life says it wants to help advisers take advantage of changes happening in the insurance industry.

To FAP or not to FAP, that is the question

3 October 2019 - There is plenty of ongoing discussion in the market around this question but should we also be asking – who owns the clients?

Insurers won't be responsible for advisers 'at this point in time'

2 October 2019 - A new conduct regime will include "future-proofing" in case financial advice providers do not conduct themselves properly.

Newpark hits out at regulatory confusion

27 September 2019 - Newpark Financial Services has hit out at the ongoing confusion around the new regulatory regime, and has warned the new environment could heap too much liability onto adviser groups.

Govt not throwing baby out with bathwater: Ballantyne

25 September 2019 - Government moves to introduce conduct licensing for insurers are being welcomed as proof it's taking a sensible approach to reform.

MySolutions wants independence for advisers

25 September 2019 - MySolutions Group has decided not to transfer mortgage advisers' aggregation from The Mortgage Supply Company to Astute Financial following a disagreement over the new regulatory regime.

Advisers feeling overwhelmed by change and scrutiny, group says

19 September 2019 - Financial advisers are struggling mentally with the amount of change they are being forced to go through and need more than just business and licensing support, one dealer group says.

[The Wrap] Let's not follow what's happening in Australia

6 September 2019 - This week’s Wrap is a sobering one and one with some lessons from Australia we don’t want to repeat.

Kepa appoints compliance consultant

2 September 2019 - Adviser group Kepa has appointed a new adviser standards and compliance consultant as it works to help advisers transition to the new licensing regime.

[The Wrap] Introducing the new type of financial adviser (Not)

23 August 2019 - One of the things which impacts on the standing of financial advisers is the dodgy people who pretend to be be advisers but work outside of the regulated market.

Chicken Little and the falling sky

12 August 2019 - It’s been said to me before, J-P how about looking at the glass being half full? Funny thing is the human brain is naturally a bit pessimistic, 60/40% if the studies I’ve read on the subject are right.

FMA boss tells RFAs the clock is ticking and they better hurry up

12 August 2019 - Registered financial advisers have been warned by the regulator that the licensing clock is ticking and they better hurry up if they want to remain in business.

Transitional licence not a free ride

26 July 2019 - Transitional licensing will give adviser businesses time to work out how they want to approach the new regime, but no one should expect it to be an easy ride, Financial Advice NZ says.

Here's how licensing will work

25 July 2019 - The Financial Markets Authority will start accepting transitional licence applications on November 4 from advisers wanting to be financial advice providers (FAP) under the new regime.

Licensing 'progressing as intended'

11 July 2019 - The new financial advice regime will involve many different pieces of regulation working together in a way the Financial Advisers Act environment did not, the chairman of the Code Working Group says.

Advisers ask: Should we have to pay for licensing help?

8 July 2019 - The Financial Markets Authority says it will help advisers understand how licensing works – but if they want to know what is the best path for them to take, they may need to pay for professional advice.

Qualifications focus 'upside down'

4 July 2019 - Advisers who’ve focused on getting a level five qualification to enable them to transition to the new advice regime may have taken the wrong approach, an adviser coach says.

[UPDATED - With FMA comment] Call to ensure efficient advice licensing

1 July 2019 - Government has been warned there will need to be systems in place to ensure that financial adviser licensing costs do not blow out to the same extent that some FMCA market licenses did.

Licensing takes on some of code obligations

25 June 2019 - The Financial Markets Authority is consulting on two proposed standard conditions for transitional licensing - and they are things that are currently dealt with by the code of conduct for advisers.

900 advisers expected to leave the industry

24 June 2019 - The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment predicts around 900 advisers will exit the industry when the new financial advisers laws come into effect.

MBIE estimates 1733 single-adviser firms in new regime

19 December 2018 - The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) has laid out the number of financial advisers it thinks will continue on to hold licenses under the new financial advice regime.

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