Bring in the Experts – Economic Update by Cameron Bagrie @ Online
Jan 24 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Free for Financial Advice NZ members, or $50+gst for non-members

Economist Cameron Bagrie will provide insight into how the economy is tracking and what we should be watching out for in the near future. What are the biggest influencers on the domestic and international economy?

What is happening in the equity and property markets? Interest rates, inflation, immigration issues, unemployment and much more. Join us for this informative webinar so you impart the most up to date and relevant knowledge about the economy to your clients. Cameron has been

an economist for 20 years. For over 11 years he was the Chief Economist at ANZ. He has also worked as an economist at the National Bank, Treasury and Statistics New Zealand. A mainlander at heart, Cameron’s approach to economics is non-ideological and pragmatic.

Bagrie Economics is a boutique research firm that specialises in independent, authoritative analysis of the New Zealand economy and economic issues generally. We don’t do spin or over-complication, just honest analysis of trends and figures. If you register early you will be sent an email with a link directly to the webinar.

Outlook 2024 – Regulatory and Economic Update @ Hilton Auckland
Jan 31 @ 7:30 am – 9:30 am

New Zealand is at a pivotal point with a new government, regulatory change and economic challenges.

The FSC is looking ahead to 2024 and is delighted to invite you to our popular Outlook event on Wednesday 31 January 2024, with a regulatory and economic outlook from FMA’s Chief Executive, Samantha Barrass, Craigs Investment Partners’ Investment Director, Mark Lister plus a panel of experts to provide commentary on what this means for the sector.

Ensure you and your team don’t miss out on one of the FSC’s most highly anticipated events.

New Adviser Training Course @ online
Feb 19 @ 9:00 am – Feb 21 @ 4:00 pm
Expressions of interest now open for Partners Life 3-day New Adviser Training Course.
The online course is taught by industry leaders who encourage discussions and debates to reinforce the learning syllabus.
Eligibility criteria
To be eligible for entry into the New Adviser Training Course please ensure the following criteria is met:
• Is Level 5 qualified or near completion
• Your sub-adviser has less than 12 months industry experience
• Your sub-adviser is registered on the Financial Services Provider Register (FSPR)
If your sub-adviser meets the above criteria and is approved by Partners Life, access will be provided to the pre-requisite eLearn modules (note that these must be completed one week prior to the course start date).

Click here for the for schedule.

Innovate to Grow
Feb 27 @ 8:30 am – 5:30 pm

Kernel is holding an adviser conference to discuss how to drive growth and navigate the ever-changing financial landscape.

Speakers include:

  • Brad Olsen – Chief Executive and Principal Economist at Infometrics
  • Chris Douglas – Principal at MyFiduciary
  • Craig Lazzara – Managing Director and Emeritus Global Head of the Index Investment Strategy Group at S&P Dow Jones Indices
Thrive 2024 @ Tākina Convention and Exhibition Centre, Wellington
Mar 5 – Mar 6 all-day

The theme for this conference is ‘Thrive’ and embraces the power of the thriver mindset. Be challenged to believe in the possibilities that lie ahead, expand your view, let go of fear and navigate unexpected outcomes with resourcefulness. By growing a thriving advice sector, we aim to transform the financial health, wealth and well-being of all New Zealanders.

Situated in the heart of Wellington at the brand new Tākina Convention and Exhibition Centre, this is the perfect venue for delegates, sponsors and associates to connect, share and build a supportive network of thrivers.

First FSC Trans-Tasman Summit @ The Cordis hotel
Mar 5 @ 8:00 am – Mar 7 @ 5:00 pm

This brand-new flagship industry event to be held jointly by the FSC Australia, and FSC New Zealand will set the stage to collaborate, change and grow financial services regionally and internationally through learning, networking, and connecting.

By working together, the Financial Services Councils of Australia and New Zealand creates a powerful collaboration with and through our members to deliver best in class financial services to Australians and Kiwis alike. This will allow us to showcase the big and current issues of the day, with sector leading insights and strength, depth and capability from both sides Tasman.

FSC conferences attract a significant number of delegates and speakers. With over 30 planned sessions, we aim to deliver a conference that is highly rated, which is our standard for our domestic flagship events.

This first ever large-scale Trans-Tasman conference will be the chance to connect across the sector, and a gateway to the global stage.  We look forward to welcoming you FSC24 next March.