The NZFAA 2015 Conference “Our Changing Landscape” in Queenstown last week explored how technology will change the financial adviser space for the better.
New Zealand's mortgage adviser market share is on the rise says Squirrel's chief executive, and he sees it reaching 50% down the track.
Two economists have mixed views on whether the Reserve Bank will make a cut in December, as unemployment levels rise and dairy prices take another hit.
New research shows buyers are turning to online research now more than ever as competition for property soars. Here's how a digital presence can improve your business.
A niche home loan lender says the opportunity to offer bridging finance is now as banks crack down on riskier borrowers.
Income ratios could potentially hit mortgage seekers next and may have quite a “devastating effect” on advisers says the Property Institute’s CEO.
An Australian finance broker association has told its industry watchdog that financial literacy is overdue for a makeover, but does NZ need one too?
NZ Adviser hears from two of the majors on why the official cash rate isn’t going anywhere tomorrow but why it must fall further eventually.
In a submission to the Review of the Financial Advisers Act, an industry body says the term RFA is “damaging for New Zealand's reputation as a responsible member of the world financial community”
Founder of soon to launch peer-to-peer lender Squirrel Money says he doesn’t see more brokerages taking P2P lending on with the market likely to be dominated by a few.
A new report from Colliers International says the popular South Island town has some strong trends in the medium term but warns of affordability issues
The national median house price has hit a new high along with four regions, the latest REINZ data reveals
The Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment’s new housing affordability measure is under fire from Labour which says the index is flawed