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[GRTV] Peer support helps with compliance stress
GRTV talks to AIA chief distribution officer Sharron Botica about the second AIA wellbeing survey and what has changed since the first one.

[GRTV] FANZ stands on its legacy in face of competition in the mortgage space
GRTV sits down with the new chief executive of Financial Advice New Zealand.

[GRTV] Bayly wants a twin peaks model for financial regulation
Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs Andrew Bayly talks to Good Returns TV about his plans for financial services, why KiwiSaver reform is not top of the list and his views on financial advice.

[GRTV] A trip around investment issues with MyFiduciary’s Chris Douglas
It’s not just changes to the trustee tax tax rate that’s driving PIE growth, MyFiduciary principal Chris Douglas tells Good Returns TV.

[GRTV] Free model portfolios aim to improve the industry
GRTV speaks to Clayton Coplestone, principal of Heathcote Investment Partners, about a joint initiative with Kernel to get advisers thinking about portfolio construction.

[GRTV] New report looks at ways to improve access to financial advice + VIDEO
Fidelity Life chief executive Campbell Mitchell discusses the finding of a new new report into financial advice take up and outlines things that need to change.

[GRTV] How well do NZ equities funds perform?
For the first time ever S&P has added New Zealand equities funds into tis highly regards SPIVA report.

Only 54% of active NZ equities managers beat the benchmark index in 2023
[With VIDEO] A bare majority of actively managed New Zealand equity funds managed to beat the benchmark S&P/NZX 50 Index in calendar 2023 but less than a quarter managed to outperform over 15 years.

[GRTV] Two main challenges see $3 billion annual premium opportunity go begging
The market potential in the business risk space is enormous, says Cecilia Farrow, founder and executive director of Triplejump Group.

[GRTV] Tony Vidler: Advisers seek freedom in new world order
Most FAPs have elevated their standards and practices dramatically over the last two years and are now trying to establish efficiency into their businesses, says adviser Tony Vidler.

[GRTV] Three to four fund sweet spot with multi manager KiwiSaver
KiwiSaver is not perfect but even in its current state it is still positive and important to New Zealanders.

[GRTV] Get the country’s under insurance back on the agenda
Life insurance statistics for September have seen an uptick in lapse rates says Asteron Life executive general manager Grant Willis.

[GRTV] Coolabah Capital: new funds and long-short strategies
GRTV talks to Coolabah Capital CIO Chris Joye about how his firm gets double digit returns.

[GRTV]Selecting the right fund manager
Fifteen years ago financial consultant Noah Schiltknecht immigrated to New Zealand from Switzerland and four years ago he founded Makao Investments, a wholesale financial planning and advisory firm.

[GRTV] Cracking the mass affluent market
GRTV talks to Kernel Wealth Management’s Dean Anderson about a massive inter-generational transfer of wealth on the way and what it means for advisers.

[GRTV] Highly aspirational – an adviser’s take on the Million Dollar Round Table
Financial adviser Aaron Baker gives his take on the financial adviser’s version of visiting Mecca - a trip to the Million Dollar Round Table conference in the US.

[GRTV] You never write off the Kiwis
Andrew Inwood, Global CEO of Coredata Group compares New Zealand with Australia and further afield, finding some similarity between Kiwis and Germans.

[GRTV] Advisers can thrive
The Adviser Platform managing director Ryan Edwards, talks business plans, following its purchase of mortgage aggregator Q Group and how he thinks advisers are doing under the new regime.

[GRTV] KiwiSaver: a ticket to prosperity that politicians don’t get
Politicians don’t get KiwiSaver, says Simplicity co-founder and managing director Sam Stubbs.

[GRTV] Can politicians be bipartisan on KiwiSaver?
KiwiSaver is a can we can’t keep kicking down the road, says Mint Asset Management marketing head David Boyle.

The Power of Diversification: Expanding the Investor Toolkit
The general investing rule of thumb is that in periods of negative equity market returns, your bond portfolio offers you protection. Not so in 2022.

[GRTV] AI and investment, is active management delivering?
Shane Solly, portfolio manager Harbour Asset Management, gives his view on what artificial intelligence (AI) means for investors.

[GRTV] No escaping responsible investment
GRTV talks to Matthew Mimms, director The Investment Store, about why financial advisers have been slow to fully engage with responsible investment.

[GRTV] Ballantyne on lows, highs and switching exits
Having announced her retirement next March, Naomi Ballantyne always said she wouldn't be at Partners Life forever.

Ballantyne announces her future plans
Following the sale of Partners Life to Dai-ichi, founder and managing director Naomi Ballantyne outlines her future plans.

[GRTV] AIA discusses the evolution of change in the industry
Philip Macalister sits down with AIA chief partnership distribution officer, Sharron Botica to talk about the evolution of change in the insurance industry, the challenges of how that has impacted businesses and the growth of AIA insurance and what that means for advisers.

[GRTV] Adviser’s obligations in ethical investing
Philip Macalister sits down with Pathfinder CEO John Berry to talk about Pathfinder’s ethical investing and advisers obligations when working with clients.

[GRTV] InvestNow past, present and future
In this episode of Good Returns TV, Philip Macalister sits down with InvestNow senior portfolio manager Jason Choy to talk about the growth of InvestNow and how its online investment platform has become a popular choice for Kiwi investors.

[GRTV] 98% of active funds fail to outperform
[WATCH] ETFs continue their rapid growth as active funds fail to beat their benchmarks.

[WATCH] Bolton changes views on DTIs, thinks LVRs need to be wound back
Veteran mortgage broker John Bolton thinks Debt to Income (DTI) ratios for lending control are not such a bad thing after all.

Selling more insurance in a economic slowdown
The economy is predicted to become worse this year, but advisers should remember that insurances are also the most important when the economy is at its lowest.

Bank lending margins gobble KiwiSaver savings
With mortgage and interest rates at their highest since 2014, TMM publisher Philip Macalister sits down with Nikko Asset Management Director, George Carter to chat about financial health and what that means in our current economy and beyond.

[GRTV] Simon Fisher on FAP licensing
Mortgage People and Insurance People managing director, Simon Fisher sits down with Good Returns publisher, Philip Macalister to discuss what the company had to do to get a FAP licence.

[GRTV] Where Fidelity Life is heading
Fidelity Life chief sales and service officer Bronwyn Kirwan sits down with Philip Macalister of Good Returns to discuss where the company is heading, the future of commissions and what its new shareholders mean to the business.

[WATCH] What National would do to fix CCCFA
National Party deputy leader and finance spokesperson Nicola Willis explains what the party will and won’t do to fix issues around housing and lending.

Partners Life sold: Price $1 billion
Partners Life has been bought by a global life insurance specialist for $1 billion.

[WATCH] Now is not the time to sell an advice business
Insurers are worried about the drop in new business levels and a growing trend for advisers to leave the market.

[PODCAST] Building a successful business
In this podcast The Mortgage Lab founder Rupert Gough talks about building a successful mortgage advice business.

[GRTV] It's time to rethink responsible investing
Kōura Wealth chief executive Rupert Carlyon says responsible investing is good but it's time to rethink some aspects of how it is done.

[WATCH] How would God's portfolio perform?
Investors may be worrying about their current returns, but even if you had the best possible portfolio it is impossible to avoid drawdowns.

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