A London-based company yesterday introduced its risk assessment tool into New Zealand for advisers and their investor clients
New data on Authorised Financial Advisers shows more are joining the industry and their client bases are smaller
The animation informs consumers about the minimum standards they should expect
Southern Cross Financial’s CEO says the transition from contributory mortgage model to peer-to-peer lending was ‘a natural fit’
The Financial Markets Authority is warning New Zealanders to be aware of fraudsters, cold-calling strangers about investment opportunities.
The Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs has announced a new appointment to the Financial Markets Authority Board and reappointments to the Disciplinary Committee under the Financial Advisers Act.
More than half of Kiwis with a mortgage appear confident in their ability to cope with interest rate rises, a new survey reveals
The Reserve Bank says the finance sector, regulators and other authorities all have a part to play in tackling the threats
The FMA has completed its first survey of consumers’ experience of financial advisers’ conduct