Onus on broker community to rebuild trust after Canterbury quake
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A Wellington broker reveals its key tool for improving client relationships – and why they have had no complaints lodged against them.
The director of an NZ broker network and long-standing IBANZ board member will now help to shape the direction of broker education.
Market consolidation is resulting in shrinking membership numbers for this industry body – but is the drastic situation faced by NIBA being mirrored here?
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A new qualification for financial advisers has got the tick from NZQA ahead of all others.
College recommends taking the initiative to enrol for further qualifications in case a regulatory review results in it being mandatory.
An industry educational body is offering brokers a great chance to enhance their business development program – not just for them but their clients, too.
Lesley Southwick of Professional IQ College explains how in an increasingly competitive environment brokers must remain relevant through upskilling.