The establishment of Financial Advice New Zealand is set to be announced in August
The 100 working day development process of the new representative body came to an end last Friday, The Working Group has announced
Stage three of the 100 Working Day development process for the new organisation is now underway, with the entire development process still on track for completion by 5 May 2017
Eleven adviser forums will be held around the country over the coming fortnight as part of Financial Advice New Zealand’s 40 days of consultation with the industry.
The Financial Advice New Zealand Working Group team has reported an ‘outstanding response’ from advisers so far during its consultation stage.
As part of developing the new organisation, Financial Advice New Zealand is asking what different types of advisers want to see it become.
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