Saturday, December 15, 2018

Tag: FSC

FSC Launches 2019 Navigating Regulation Advice Summit

The Financial Services Council, together with the Financial Markets Authority and MBIE, has launched the 2019 Navigating Regulation Advice Summits, which will be held...

FSC Welcomes The End of Overseas Incentive Trips 

FSC chief, Richard Klipin, says the move by more life insurers to remove overseas incentive conferences is just one example of how the attitude...

Regulators Call For Banks to Remove All Sales Incentives 

The Financial Markets Authority and Reserve Bank of New Zealand have told eleven New Zealand banks to remove all incentives linked to sales measures,...

Fix Financial Literacy and Solve Underinsurance – Poll

The majority of advisers agree that the best way to solve New Zealand's underinsurance problem is to first address and solve the issue of...

How The Insurance Industry May Change by 2023

The life insurance industry may look very different in a few years time and many of the issues its grappling with now may be...

“You Can’t ‘Will’ Good Conduct” – FMA Chief

Financial Markets Authority (FMA) Chief Executive, Rob Everett, gave a cautionary address on the deterioration of trust and repercussions of poor conduct at the...

2018 FSC Conference Wrap 

The Financial Services Council (FSC) and Workplace Savings NZ (WSNZ) delivered a high-level, thought-provoking conference, during the two-day national event held on 6-7 September...

FSC Launches New Code of Conduct

The Financial Services Council (FSC) has launched its new Code of Conduct, containing a new set of standards and guidance for its members. Developed by...

FSC Set to Release Code of Conduct For Members 

The Financial Service Council (FSC) will launch its long-awaited Code of Conduct this week, following nearly two years in development. The new Code for the...

FSC Conference Nearly Sold Out

There are 25 spots left for the upcoming ‘Shaping Futures’ national conference hosted by the Financial Services Council (FSC) and Workplace Savings NZ. “We are...