Financial Advice Provider licensing, a hurdle or an opportunity? The FMA on how more consumers feel confident to seek out and experience quality advice and see the benefit, then in turn the financial advice business grows and flourishes.
Transcribed speech by Clare Bollingford, FMA at FSC Connect Panel where she talks about emerging trends in conduct regulation in other jurisdictions. In particular, a greater focus on the outcomes experienced by customers and investors.
Speech by Samantha Barrass, Chief Executive Financial Markets Authority Financial Services Council Connect on the FMA’s purpose and the aspirations, approaching the expansion of the FMA’s mandate, key priorities of focus in the year ahead.
Rob Everett, FMA Chief executive, speaks at The FMA Great Debate 2021. Online investing platforms transform Kiwi attitudes to investing. The FMA has taken a close look at the attitudes and behaviours of the people using online investing platforms, to this to help inform where we should focus our attention on helping investors – and on guiding those who serve them.
Making a difference in the new era of financial advice; Derek Grantham speaking at the 2020 Mortgage Link & Insurance Link Conference
Speech notes: Derek Grantham speaking at Mortgage Link & Insurance Link Conference on 11th November 2020
On 3 February 2021, FMA Chief Executive Rob Everett spoke at the Financial Services Council Outlook 2021 event about a year in review, a look to the year ahead and key learnings from the challenging year that was 2020.
Financial Markets Authority CEO Rob Everett addressed the Financial Services Council’s 2020 Generations Conference earlier this month about the year that’s been and the year ahead, including the FMA’s expectations of industry around customer care.
Rob Everett, CE, FMA delivers the results of our survey into Audit Quality. He talks about the role auditing plays in contributing to market integrity and informed, investor decision-making. He references issues in overseas markets and challenges auditors to raise confidence with investors.
The FMA’s Director of Regulation, Liam Mason, talked about the value of complaints, poor value products and the FMA/RBNZ life insurance culture and conduct review in a speech to the Insurance and Financial Services Ombudsman Conference on Thursday. You can read the full speech here.