A reliance on amateur advice from family is impacting our financial and emotional wellbeing, according to new research by Fidelity Life.
The Financial Services Council has released their 17th message about future changes coming to financial advice regulation. The FSC’s goal is to highlight key things you need to know about the Financial Services Legislation Amendment Act (FSLAA), its regulations and the Code of Conduct for Financial Advice. For more information, visit navigatingregulation.co.nz.
Download the FSC update #17 below.
FSC Navigating Regulation Message 17, 24 January 2020
If you have any questions about transitional licence applications or the new regime, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with your Business Manager or your Business Account Manager.
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