Influencer Series - 27 & 30 June
Join us in Wellington or Auckland for our June Influencer Series with Liam Mason, Director of Regulation, FMA. Liam will tell you all you need to know about managed investment scheme licensing, transition and more. Visit the events page for more information and to register.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of David Biegel (FANZ) as Chairman of Workplace Savings NZ. Vanja Thomas (NZ Guardian Trust) has been appointed Deputy Chair and Ana-Marie Lockyer (ANZ), Treasurer. We have also confirmed Owen Gill, the executive director, as secretary of Workplace Savings.
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Significant Financial Hardship Processing Guidelines 2015
Serious Illness Processing Guidelines 2015
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:: FMC Act: Summary report for members.
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24 May 2016
Finance Minister Bill English is giving no hints as to whether he will introduce auto-enrolment into KiwiSaver soon, despite saying forecast surpluses for the years ahead provided a chance to "save for the future."
17 May 2016
KiwiSaver investors are suffering less of a “behaviour gap” in returns than investors in other New Zealand managed funds, new research from Morningstar shows.
1 May 2016
Despite a relatively high entry barrier over 20 New Zealand fund managers could benefit from the just-signed Asia Region Funds Passport (ARFP), according the Financial Markets Authority (FMA).
29 April 2016
The HomeStart scheme is to be changed to make it easier for 'second-chance homeowners' to dip into their KiwiSaver pot.
27 April 2016
Allowing people to contribute to KiwiSaver at less than 3 per cent for a limited time and shortening the contribution holiday from five years to one are just two of eight options being proposed to help get more people saving into the scheme.