Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Tag: Katrina Shanks

More New Zealanders Need to Talk About Money

New research has found that most New Zealanders would rather talk about drugs, alcohol and politics than money, and many don’t talk about money...

Financial Advice NZ 2019 Conference Wrap

A record 610 delegates attended the Financial Advice New Zealand 2019 Conference held in SkyCity Convention Centre in Auckland last week. This year’s Conference, themed...

Financial Advice NZ Announces 2019 Award Winners 

Financial Advice New Zealand presented the Award winners at its 2019 Conference Gala Dinner held at Sky City Convention Centre in Auckland on 22...

News in Brief

Association Supports SOP on KiwiSaver Amendment Bill Financial Advice New Zealand has welcomed the Supplementary Order Paper on the KiwiSaver Amendment Bill. “The current barriers to...

Support Continues For Association’s Partnership Programme 

Financial Advice New Zealand has confirmed four more additions to its partnership programme which include Asteron Life, mySolutions, Generate and adviser firm MacKay Financial...

Industry Responds to Survey Claiming Insurance Market ‘Not Working For Consumers’

Consumer NZ says consumers are not getting a fair deal, following the results of their latest survey research report ‘Fixing the insurance market’. Consumer NZ...

Nominations Open for Financial Advice New Zealand 2019 Adviser Awards

Financial Advice New Zealand has released details to its members wishing to enter its 2019 Adviser Awards. There are 16 awards across five categories and...

Business Partnership Programme Gains Support 

Financial Advice New Zealand has confirmed it has received excellent support for its new Business Partnership Programme. Chief Executive, Katrina Shanks, says they are off...

Code Working Group Responds to Association’s Concerns

Code Working Group Chair, Angus Dale-Jones, has addressed concerns raised last week by Financial Advice New Zealand on the final Code of Professional Conduct. The...

Latest Poll – Concerns With the Code 

In our latest poll, we ask whether you support the new Code of Conduct, which was approved by Minister Faafoi last week (see: Minister...