Financial advice - putting your interests first.

Financial advice - putting your interests first.

Know what to expect when working with a financial adviser.

If you want to get insurance, a mortgage or invest, or plan for your long-term future you may benefit from getting financial advice.

From 17-March 2023 anyone providing financial advice is required to be licensed by the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) as a Financial Advice Provider or be working for a business that holds a license. This is designed to put your interests first and provide you with greater protection and confidence when you seek financial advice services.

What's changed? 

There’s been some changes to how financial advisers are expected to work with you, including what information they provide you with and how they make things better for you. We’ve got a list of some of the most common questions to help you.

Access to financial advice.

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About the financial advice regime.

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