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What next for KiwiSaver

14 November 2017 - How to turn a lump sum into retirement income is a question that hasn’t been answered properly anywhere in the world, says Ana-Marie Lockyer, ANZ’s general manager of wealth products.

What next for KiwiSaver

7 November 2017 - How to turn a lump sum into retirement income is a question that hasn’t been answered properly anywhere in the world, says Ana-Marie Lockyer, ANZ’s general manager of wealth products.

Investors search for income

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

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.

Work on incomes, global pension report says

25 October 2017 - There will be growing demand for retirement income products as KiwiSaver matures, the author of a new report on pension policy says.

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.

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.

Advice key part of KiwiSaver success: ANZ

5 September 2017 - Advice is important to make sure New Zealanders get the most out of KiwiSaver, the country’s biggest provider says – but it suggests much of it should be supplied free.

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?

Getting to Know: Peter Neilson

18 August 2017 - Peter Neilson was the chair of the Financial Services Council until insurers quit in revolt over a report into insurance commissions, and was the Associate Minister of Finance during the sharemarket crash. Here, he talks about why advisers should be more like surgeons.

New legislation may give advice industry new life

16 August 2017 - The financial advice industry is well-positioned for growth, if it is willing to make changes.

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.

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.  

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.

Call for consistent retirement savings target guidelines

7 July 2017 - Advisers say their clients welcome having a benchmark savings target to aim for in retirement – but the industry would be better served if there was a consensus view.

Government signals more KiwiSaver changes possible

8 June 2017 - The Government is cautiously supportive of including higher KiwiSaver contribution rate options and “increasing KiwiSaver coverage” but cannot say yet what that might mean.

Ready for Bretirement?

6 April 2017 - Introducing a new superannuation scheme for people now living in NZ, with a UK pension.

Ken and Barbie used to sell retirement message

13 December 2016 - The Commission for Financial Capability is winning industry plaudits for it's use of a digital interactive platform that uses Ken and Barbie dolls to raise awareness about New Zealand's ageing population and the need for increased saving.

Will Key resignation pave way for NZ Super changes?

5 December 2016 - [UPDATED] Critics of the Government's current stance on New Zealand Superannuation are hoping that the Prime Minister's resignation paves the way for a change of heart in the Beehive.

Pension changes could hit migrants hard

1 November 2016 - Some advisers may have to redo their clients’ retirement calculations if a proposed change to the entitlement rules for NZ Super goes through.

Maxwell calls for super changes

26 October 2016 - Retirement Commissioner Diane Maxwell is to formally recommend the pension age is raised - but it does not seem likely the Government will listen.

Plan for the worst

15 September 2016 - Advisers may need to give their clients a reality check about the likelihood of NZ Super being available for them at 65, one commentator says.

Retirement Income policy a month-by-month approach

3 February 2016 - Retirement Commissioner Diane Maxwell says getting the public on side is the most important aspect of developing retirement income policy.

Retirement income policy review terms tabled

2 February 2016 - New Zealand’s retirement commissioner is being asked to look at how retirees managing their money using things such as annuities and reverse mortgages.

Lifetime Income launches

29 January 2016 - Advisers who have signed up to distribute the new Lifetime Income Fund variable annuity are mostly running financial planning-style businesses with long-term relationships with their clients, the Retirement Income Group (RIG) says.

Retirees not living on Super alone

9 November 2015 - New retirement spending guidelines are being touted as a useful tool for advisers to help their clients work out how much they needed to save for their retirements.

Retirement planning has to start somewhere: FMA

13 August 2015 - It is difficult for people nearing retirement to get access to the financial advice they need, it has been argued.

Retirees have low risk tolerance but high expectations

12 August 2015 - Advisers who want to encourage their clients into less conservative investment options to provide better retirement income may have a hard road ahead of them, new research indicates.

Attitudes to advice cost must change

3 August 2015 - New Zealanders will need an attitude change to accept they will have to pay for financial advice as part of safe decumulation, Auckland University researchers say.

Where will jobs be in 2025?

27 July 2015 - Fund manager investor relations, advice and services personnel are likely to be sought after over the coming years, a new survey suggests. Custodian BNP...

Littlewood retires as Co-Director of RPRC

23 June 2015 - Michael Littlewood will retire as Co-Director of the Retirement Policy and Research Centre (RPRC) at University of Auckland from 1 July, after nine...

Give tax break to retirement income products: Stewart

4 May 2015 - A special tax rate within the PIE regime for investors who convert some of their retirement lump sums to an income product would be more effective than compulsion in New Zealand, it has been claimed.

Rebranding an old warhorse

19 November 1999 - New Zealand Pension Plans, a small super-based company on Auckland's North Shore has rebranded itself and intorduced a new product to the market.

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