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[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.

[GRTV] AIA rolls out direct life insurance plans
AIA has launched three direct to market starter plans with the aim of getting more New Zealanders covered.

[GRTV] Rising interest rates drive investors into value stocks
Devon Funds head of retail Greg Smith explains why value investing is suddenly back in favour.[+ AUDIO]

[GRTV] Why a new KiwiSaver fund is launched
Kernel Wealth founder and chief executive Dean Anderson explains why he changed his mind and is about to launch a KiwiSaver fund. [+ AUDIO]

Southern Cross celebrates NZ's workforce heroes
New Zealand’s largest health insurer Southern Cross is celebrating the country's workforce heroes who give ‘everything, every day.’

[GRTV] Rob Everett on value for money, the great KiwiSaver land grab and fees
What's value for money with KiwiSaver? Former Financial Markets Authority chief executive Rob Everett provides answers in this Good Returns TV interview.  [Including Podcast]

Investors in a race to zero
Mindful Money has formed a coalition of organisations to encourage and support investors to deepen their climate action, Barry Coates explains why it is so important.

[GRTV] The difficulties of regulating financial advisers
Former Financial Markets Authority chief executive Rob Everett talks about the difficulties of regulating financial advice.

[GRTV] The difficulties of regulating financial advisers
Former Financial Markets Authority chief executive Rob Everett talks about the difficulties of regulating financial advice.

[GRTV] What's driving adviser burnout?
Fifteen years of constant change has worn financial advisers down to the point where more than 70% of Australians in the industry were reaching the point of burnout, and we want to know what's happening here.

[Watch] August property market update
Get right up to speed with what has been happening in the NZ property market. Corelogic Head of Research, Nick Goodall takes you through the latest trends in this video.

Home loans for humans
Watch a new video from Squirrel on its home loan product.

Once in a lifetime business - Take two
Ralph Stewart’s Lifetime Income Group has found an effective way to continue to provide income for life without a guarantee or the need for regulatory capital.

[GRTV] Time for a new code for managers
New Zealand needs a stewardship code that would require institutional investors to be transparent about their investment processes, engage with investee companies and vote at shareholders’ meetings.

[GRTV] Looking after advisers' mental health
Mental health is a huge issue facing financial advisers currently. AIA chief partnership officer Sam Tremethick talks about work the company is doing to help advisers.

[GRTV] Getting good returns from fixed interest
My Fiduciary principal Chris Douglas reveals how he is investing in fixed income in this low interest rate environment and gives his views on the great KiwiSaver shakeout.

[GRTV] CoFI presents new challenges for advisers: Manning
Wealthpoint chief executive Simon Manning says advisers face a new range of challenges from the new conduct rules the government is looking to implement. [READ ON]

[GRTV] Ballantyne on how new regs are changing advice and the fall in replacement business
In this edition of GRTV Good Returns' Philip Macalister speaks to the Partners Life managing director Naomi Ballantyne on how the new regulations are impacting advisers, replacement business and PI.

[GRTV] Coates and ethical investing on the latest episode of GRTV
In the return of GRTV, Good Returns' Philip Macalister speaks to Mindful Money chief executive Barry Coates.

Using nursery rhymes to promote life insurance
Partners Life has kicked off the next phase of its TV campaign in a rather imaginative and humous way.

[GRTV] Financial advice transformed my life: Shanks
Financial Advice New Zealand chief executive Katrina Shanks says getting her own financial adviser has transformed her life.

[GRTV] The winners and losers from Covid-19
Covid-19 has left some clear winners and losers in its wake, says Russell Hutchinson of Chatswood Consulting.

[GRTV] Depressing imbalances in IP market: Hutchinson
There are “distressing imbalances in the income protection market” says Russell Hutchinson, director of Chatswood Consulting. 

[GRTV] Too many KiwiSaver managers not adding value
A new report on KiwiSaver funds shows the large majority of funds have failed to beat their benchmarks.

[GRTV] Bascand outlines the keys to Covid recovery
Harbour Asset Management managing director Andrew Bascand explains the firms approach to investing in this volatile, Covid-19 dominated environment.

[GRTV] Watch out for some market surprises: Gaynor
Milford Asset Management director Brian Gaynor shares his thoughts on the sharemarket and what to expect in the Covid-19 recovery phase.

FAP or Fiction - Five Clues
Former Newpark chief executive, and adviser advocate, Melanie Purdey says there are five questions advisers should ask when deciding to join someone else's FAP.

[GRTV] FAP or Fiction?
What questions do advisers need to ask before joining someone eles's FAP? Melanie Purdey has some answers.

Optimistic view of New Zealand equities likely to continue [+VIDEO]
Investors’ optimistic view of the New Zealand sharemarket is likely to continue in the wake of yesterday’s Budget announcements, according to Milford Asset Management Senior Analyst Frances Sweetman.

[GRTV] Managing KiwiSaver in a pandemic
Fund managers have been faced with market declines happening at a rate never seen before, ANZ's chief investment officer Paul Huxford says.

[VIDEO] Don’t expect a buyers’ market immediately
Listings of properties for sale are likely to lift post-lockdown but CoreLogic’s head of research, Nick Goodall, says that doesn’t mean the housing market will immediately switch into a buyers’ market. [WATCH VIDEO]

[VIDEO] Don’t expect a buyers’ market immediately
Listings of properties for sale are likely to lift post-lockdown but CoreLogic’s head of research, Nick Goodall, says that doesn’t mean the housing market will immediately switch into a buyers’ market. [WATCH VIDEO]

[WATCH] Newpark update
Newpark's newly installed chairman, Bernie McCrea, has produced a video outlining the group's future plans and also providing some Covid-19 tips for insurance and mortgage advisers.

[GRTV] Investment themes for this decade
AMP Capital managing director Bevan Graham talks about the topic of the momnet, corona virus, the big investment theme for this decade and the future of the business post the sale of AMP.

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