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FMA focus on financial advice

16 November 2017 - Financial advice is a key area of focus for the Financial Markets Authority, its chief executive Rob Everett told the Infinz conference.

Report, not court action, for Goldman Sachs

15 November 2017 - Trading by Goldman Sachs New Zealand might have been misleading but that will not be tested in court, the Financial Markets Authority says.

BNZ first bank to market with online lodgement tool

13 November 2017 - BNZ is set to launch an electronic lodgement process to help advisers and improve turnaround times on loan applications.

FMA: Financial services changing fast

10 November 2017 - Financial Markets Authority chief executive Rob Everett says it might seem to observers that the financial services sector does not listen to its customers.

Quality mark questions

9 November 2017 - A quality mark system is coming - but what will it mean, and how will it fit with the CFP designation?

Target on advisers outside associations

7 November 2017 - Advisers who are not members of a professional association risk becoming disengaged or missing out on important information about the upcoming advice regulation overhaul, the Financial Services Council says.

Getting to Know: Janet Natta

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

Faafoi: I'll listen to concerns

31 October 2017 - New Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi says he's aware that small advice firms are worried they will lose out under the Financial Services Legislation Amendment Bill.

Kepa, The Advisers Institute, reveals new partner

26 October 2017 - [Advertorial] Leading New Zealand adviser group Kepa has announced a partnership with up-and-coming mortgage advice company Mortgage Lab.

Getting to Know: Jon-Paul Hale

20 October 2017 - Insurance adviser Jon-Paul Hale wants to see the industry working together much better.

Regulators collaborate on fintech

20 October 2017 - Confirmation of a “collaborative approach” to fintech between the Financial Markets Authority and its Australian counterpart, ASIC, is being described as good news for New Zealand financial service providers.

New code's wider scope helps advisers: Chairman

19 October 2017 - Authorised financial advisers will benefit from being part of an industry fully bound by a code of conduct, the chairman of the working group developing the new code says.

FMA fast-tracks roboadvice

18 October 2017 - Advisers can expect to see roboadvice in the New Zealand market next year, and the country’s banks and product providers are already developing their platforms.

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.

Ralph Stewart's Lifetime picks up former Tower business

6 October 2017 - Ralph Stewart's variable annuities business,  Lifetime Income, has acquired a book of policies from the old TOWER Insurance business.

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.

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.

Deadline looms for information returns

28 September 2017 - Authorised financial advisers have until the end of this week to file their annual information returns – but there’s scepticism about what the exercise provides.

14pc of inquiries about advisers, FMA says

28 September 2017 - The number of financial adviser inquiries made to the Financial Markets Authority is steady year-on-year, the regulator's latest annual report shows.

Whistle-blowers more exposed under new rules

26 September 2017 - Whistle-blowers are set to lose some of their identity protection when the new financial adviser legislation comes into force.

Getting to Know: Andrew Kelleher

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

Getting to Know: Toni Dodds

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

Getting to Know: Liz Koh

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

Warning for would-be providers

6 September 2017 - Advice firms planning to apply for a license as a financial advice provider may need to think twice before they adopt a model that relies on nominated representatives.

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?

FMA: No regrets about $1.7m bill

1 September 2017 - Financial Markets Authority chief executive Rob Everett says $1.7 million for its case against fund manager Mark Warminger was money well spent.

FMA outlines plans - has eyes on advisers

30 August 2017 - The Financial Markets Authority is laying out how it plans to use its new, increase level of funding – and advisers can expect to receive its attention.

Nagging and the definition of ‘financial advice’

28 August 2017 - Once upon a time we had this corporate guru come and talk to us about teams and communications.

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?

Adviser wants 'gold standard' for industry

25 August 2017 - A financial adviser with trans-Tasman experience says New Zealand advisers are subject to insufficient regulation, compared to their Australian counterparts.

No fine for QROPS adviser who breached code

23 August 2017 - A financial adviser has been censured and ordered to operate under supervision for at least six months after being found to have breached the code of conduct.

Documents shorter but still dense

22 August 2017 - New product disclosure statements that were meant to be easier to understand still contain a large number of specialist financial terms, researchers say.

PM rules out DTI ratio idea

16 August 2017 - Prime Minister Bill English has ruled out allowing the Reserve Bank to bring in debt-to-income ratios. It had suggested limiting loans to no more than five times borrowers’ incomes.

GRTV Ep3: Code working group; the value of opening up to your clients; and risk advice upheaval

12 August 2017 - In this latest episode of GRTV, Good Returns publisher Philip Macalister sat down with the chairman of the Code Working Group, Angus Dale-Jones, Dr. Philip M. Randall, managing partner of The Thorndyke Group and Partners Life chief executive Naomi Ballantyne.

Get basics right: Ballantyne

9 August 2017 - Naomi Ballantyne, Managing Director of Partners Life, talks about adviser businesses and getting them ready for the future, plus an update on their upcoming roadshow.

Dale-Jones: Judge us on our transparency

9 August 2017 - The chairman of the working group set up to develop a new industry code of conduct has deflected criticism of a lack of adviser involvement.

Get basics right: Ballantyne (+ VIDEO)

9 August 2017 - Something as simple as producing a set of accounts to prove they have a financially viable business could be a significant challenge for some risk advisers, Partners Life chief executive Naomi Ballantyne says.

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.

Insurers worry about change: Report

4 August 2017 - New Zealand insurers rank around the bottom quartile of the world when it comes to preparedness for the changes transforming the industry, PwC’s latest report shows.

Milestone day for financial advice in New Zealand

3 August 2017 - A new bill to replace the Financial Advisers Act was to be introduced on Thursday, Commerce Minister Jacqui Dean announced at the National Advisers Conference.

Milestone day for financial advice in New Zealand

3 August 2017 - A new bill to replace the Financial Advisers Act was to be introduced on Thursday, Commerce Minister Jacqui Dean announced at the National Advisers Conference.

The start of a new era in financial planning

3 August 2017 - The creation of Financial Advice New Zealand today is being hailed as the start of a new era in financial planning. 

Warminger, FMA withdraw appeals

31 July 2017 - Mark Warminger has withdrawn his appeal against the High Court judgment that found him guilty of market manipulation, citing health issues and the impact on his career.

International equities: Approach with caution

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

Robo exemption a win for big providers

31 July 2017 - Former FMA senior solicitor Simon Papa considers plans to allow roboadvice ahead of the law changes.

Advisers should be whistle-blowers

27 July 2017 - Advisers are blowing the whistle on each other – and industry commentators say that’s to be encouraged.

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.

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.  

Lack of adviser voice 'scary'

19 July 2017 - Mike Newton, of advice firm Newton Ross, told Good Returns it was scary that none of the nine people chosen to develop the new code were financial advisers.

Review a resounding win for the 'big end of town'

19 July 2017 - Murray Weatherston, a founding member of SIFA, talks to us about the Financial Adviser Review Act, where it’s going and some of his thoughts on it.

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.

Decline in banking sector profits - KPMG

12 July 2017 - Bank profits dropped in the first part of this year – despite the housing loan driven growth of their loan books.

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.

Concerns aired over Code Working Group

10 July 2017 - There is a risk that a lack of independent advisers on the working group developing their new code of conduct will cost New Zealand its opportunity to provide a sensible framework for advice, one adviser says.

Advice becoming more expensive

7 July 2017 - It now costs 50% to 100% more to provide financial advice than it did five years ago, says Warren Couillault, executive director of Hobson Wealth Partners.

New AML classification for financial advisers - what changes?

5 July 2017 - Advisers have had their AML risk assessment downgraded but don’t expect that to translate into any lesser regulatory requirements.

Call for more scrutiny of regulators

15 August 2016 - Financial services providers are becoming ever more familiar with the Financial Markets Authority in its industry oversight role – but who is keeping an eye on the regulators?

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.

Did issues paper miss opportunities?

29 May 2015 - This week’s Financial Advisers Act review issues paper raises a number of important points but misses some too, the PAA’s compliance expert says.

Qualification questions may cause concerns

28 May 2015 - A crackdown on adviser qualification requirements could prompt some to leave the industry, it has been claimed.

Risk adviser's guide to the FAA review

27 May 2015 - The Issues Paper for the Review of the Financial Advisers Act 2008 and the Financial Service Providers (Registration and Dispute Resolution) Act 2008 is now out.

NZX gets pass mark

26 May 2015 - The Financial Markets Authority has confirmed that NZX has complied with its statutory obligations to ensure that its markets are fair, orderly, and transparent. This...

Commission, designations, qualifications on review hitlist

26 May 2015 - Regulation of financial advisers in New Zealand should have three key goals, the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment says:  To give consumers the information they need to find and choose a financial adviser, to make advice accessible and to give the public confidence in the professionalism of advisers.

Call for education to top FAA review checklist

26 May 2015 - Any moves to require a higher level of education for financial advisers in the review of the FAA are likely not to go far enough, says Massey University’s director of financial planning.

FAA steering group manned by officials

22 May 2015 - Financial advisers are not represented on the Financial Advisers Act review steering group.

FMA pursues non-filers

29 April 2015 - FMA is chasing up errant authorised financial advisers who have not filed their information returns.

FMA asks: What's your plan?

23 April 2015 - FMA is surveying advisers who are currently authorised to provide DIMS, to determine what action they plan to take after next month.

Level 5 course changes: Cost increases

23 March 2015 - The base training standard for financial advisers has had an update and also the cost of taking the course has risen by 36%.

Tell MBIE what you think of regulation

13 March 2015 - Advisers are being asked to fill out a survey for the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment on what they think about regulation of the sector, as part of the review of the Financial Advisers Act.

Spicers goes to court to get adviser client files

12 February 2015 - Spicers has won a battle to get client files from a former franchisee who had decided to relinquish its relationship with the AMP-owned firm.

Advisers at risk from tax avoidance trap

21 December 2011 - Financial advisers could face legal action from clients if they put them in products that are later targeted by Inland Revenue for tax avoidance, a tax expert has warned.

Cowboy ad leaves advisers' saddle sore

4 July 2011 - The Financial Markets Authority's (FMA) new advertising campaign, with the tag line 'cowboys belong in the movies, not the financial markets' has sparked anger among advisers and a formal complaint to the Advertising Standards Authority.

First dispute resolution scheme approved

3 May 2010 - Financial Services Complaints Limited (FSCL) is the first dispute resolution scheme to be approved under the Financial Service Providers (Registration and Dispute Resolution) Act 2008.

ETITO registration and booking system launched

20 April 2010 - Financial advisory training body ETITO has launched its registration and booking system which means financial advisers can start booking competence assessments for the National Certificate in Financial Services.

Advisers need to put aside a day a week NOW

16 April 2010 - Experienced financial advisers need to be doing around eight hours study a week from now to pass education assessments and get authorised by December.

Confidence in regulation helping businesses to grow

15 April 2010 - Two-thirds of financial advisers believe that regulation provides an opportunity to grow their businesses according to a survey of the Professional Advisers Association (PAA).

Draft Code consultation meetings in full swing

14 April 2010 - Meetings to follow up the release of the Draft Code of Professional Conduct are happening around the country. Good Returns attended the meeting in Tauranga.

ETITO releases assessment pricing for advisers

8 April 2010 - ETITO has released its pricing of assessments against the National Certificate in Financial Services (Financial Advice) (Level 5).  

Financial adviser legislation threatens NZ’s reputation: Chapman Tripp

8 April 2010 - Law firm Chapman Tripp is warning that legislation to regulate the financial services industry may inadvertently damage the country's international reputation by preventing corporate entities from providing financial advice here.

Regulation of advisers already increasing confidence

8 April 2010 - Trust and confidence in financial advisers, investment managers and deposit taking institutions has increased in the last six months, however confidence in insurers has declined according to a survey of current customers by RaboPlus.

[The Code] Draft Code adds momentum to financial adviser regulation

31 March 2010 - The release today for public consultation of the draft Code of Professional Conduct is a significant step towards having the financial adviser regime in...

Code changes rules around education

31 March 2010 - The Code Committee has released the draft Code of Professional Conduct for Authorised Financial Advisers which includes new concepts around recognised alternative qualifications or designations.

Draft code of conduct finally out

31 March 2010 - The long-awaited draft code of conduct of financial advisers has been released, and has offered some, though not complete, clarity on how insurance products will be classified under the new regime.

Clear as dishwater

30 March 2010 - Advisers say efforts by the Securities Commission to clear up confusion over the boundary between financial planning and advice have failed to hit the mark.

Securities Commission tries to clear up definition of advice

29 March 2010 - The Securities Commission has issued guidance on the boundaries between financial advice and provision of a financial planning service in an attempt to clear up industry confusion on the issue.

New guide to adviser education launched

22 March 2010 - This week the Professional Advisers Association (PAA) will launch a “comprehensive, user-friendly guide” detailing the best way for advisers to achieve the coming educational standards.

Code committee puts back release date

17 March 2010 - The Code Committee has postponed the release of its draft Code of Professional Conduct for Authorised Financial Advisers until the end of this month.

NZMBA first association to join up to disputes resolution scheme

3 March 2010 - The New Zealand Mortgage Brokers Association (NZMBA) is the first association to join up en masse to an external disputes resolution scheme.

SIFA considers its future in new environment

25 February 2010 - The Society of Independent Financial Advisers (SIFA) figures it will have to change its name soon and is pondering its place in the new, regulated world.

IFA seeks exemption from training requirements

18 February 2010 - Institute of Financial Advisers (IFA) is seeking an exemption for its members who already meet or exceed proposed regulations released by the Code Committee on advisers' ongoing professional training.

Pitch to tie advisers to QFEs inevitable say IFA, SIFA

16 February 2010 - Prospective qualifying financial entities (QFEs) are laying the groundwork to pitch themselves to advisers as the looming regulation deadlines draw nearer in what was always going to be an inevitable result of the legislation.

Industry engagement helping the regulatory process: Mayhew

11 February 2010 - The new Commissioner for Financial Advisers, David Mayhew, is pleased with the level of engagement by industry and he is confident the sector is embracing the move towards professionalising adviser roles.

Commission ban deferred but Ripoll effect to hit NZ

24 November 2009 - The much-anticipated Australian government report investigating financial advisers and products has just stopped short of recommending an outright ban on commissions.

Finance company enquiry not about redress: Dalziel

8 September 2009 - The Parliamentary inquiry into finance company collapses will not be an avenue of redress for investors in failed ventures, rather it will focus on the issues facing investors to ensure they are well-informed.

Surrenders hit AMP's life book

20 August 2009 - AMP New Zealand’s operating earnings for the six months to June 30, fell 15% to A$23 million (or 9% in New Zealand dollar terms), largely due to higher surrenders resulting from the re-pricing of the term risk book in 2008, aggressive competition, and the weak New Zealand economy.

Officials still deciding whether insurance products Category 1or 2

4 August 2009 - The Ministry of Economic Development (MED) is currently weighing up how a raft of financial products, including life insurance contracts, will be categorised under the coming regime.

Advisers to become personally liable for advice

3 August 2009 - Financial advisers will be unable to operate through limited liability companies under the new regulatory regime and will become personally liable for any financial advice they give.

Glut of documents could hinder due diligence, IFA says

3 July 2009 - The glut of documents requiring submissions on the regulation of financial advisers could impact on the level of diligence, according to the Institute of Financial Advisers.

MED puts out paper on financial adviser disclosure

2 July 2009 - The Securities Commission has called for submissions on disclosure regulations for financial advisers in the latest round of papers on the legislation.

Providers need to win back public trust: English

30 June 2009 - UPDATED: Savings and investment product providers need to lift their game in helping the industry shed its image of distrust with the public and have been too keen to push their own agenda. Financial advisers need to lift their game in helping the industry shed its image of distrust with the public and have been too keen to push their own agenda, Finance Minister Bill English told a seminar in Wellington

Sue directors, not advisers: Lawyer

2 June 2009 - Investors in failed finance companies should look first to sue the directors of fraudulent finance companies when seeking damages, not the financial advisers who relied on supposedly credible prospectuses to base their recommendations, according lawyer Brian Henry.

Complaints rules edge closer

26 May 2009 - Draft rules defining the shape of New Zealand's financial disputes resolution system should be released by early June, three months later than originally scheduled.

Institute defends naming

19 May 2009 - Institute of Financial Advisers president Lyn McMorran has defended the group's decision to name and shame two South Island advisers who were found guilty of breaching the institute's code of ethics.

IFA welcomes Cotton appointment, deadline back on track

15 May 2009 - The Institute of Financial Advisers has welcomed the appointment of Annabel Cotton as commissioner for financial advisers, and is confident next year's regulation deadline can still be met.

Commission recommends compliance by the book

12 May 2009 - Financial advisers looking to beef up their compliance processes in preparation for regulation should check out the guidelines recently published by Standards New Zealand, the Securities Commission said in its latest bulletin.

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