The warnings the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) issued to four registered financial advisers (RFAs) for conduct obligation breaches were proportionate to the misconduct, the regulator says.
Last Wednesday, the FMA released a report into life insurance replacement business, which focused on the conflict of interest that can be driven by soft dollar incentives such as offshore incentives.
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