The Get in Shape Advice Summit, hosted by the Financial Services Council, wrapped up its Auckland session this week with a series of talks around regulation, global trends and running a financial advice business.
Attendees heard opening remarks from Minister Faafoi, who outlined the government’s priorities for the year ahead and its vision for financial advice in New Zealand. He noted that the conduct and culture review of banks and life insurers would remain in the spotlight, along with the new financial advice regime and the review of insurance contract law.
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