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Bring in the Experts - Series on legislative changes - Shared screen with speaker view
Financial Advice New Zealand
26:21
Good morning everyone. Welcome to our 63rd Bring in the Expert Webinars. You have all been muted and your videos turned off but feel free to ask questions down the side bar in the chatroom and in questions and answers. Katrina Shanks will ask the questions on your behalf.Enjoy the webinar!
Rebecca Taiaroa
36:24
yes
Peter Sargent
36:25
yes
Mel Flett
36:25
YES
Rob Parsons
36:26
Yes!!
Daniel Smith
36:26
yes
Emily Costa
36:27
Yes
Moosa Mohammed
36:29
Yes
Mark Holtom
36:38
Sunny in Auckland
Rob Parsons
36:40
Gorgeous day in Lincoln
Neil Inns
36:42
yes. All good. Akld is sunny!
Meredith Cornelius
36:47
sunny thank god in nelson …
Janet Natta
36:49
Sunny in CAmbridge
Nicki Kane
36:51
Whangarei who knows- give it 5 mins
Andy Phillipson
55:31
Why make it so complicated and complex?
Jason Kilworth
58:40
early days guys.....I think there will be rationalisation as we see the regime bed itself in.
Andy Phillipson
01:01:38
Again - why has it been made so complex? We have been going fine for the last 200 years.
Andy Phillipson
01:02:29
As the saying goes: "Never underestimate the power of bureaucracy to make things more complicated than it needs to be".
Leigh Hodgetts
01:02:47
Are you seeing advisers linking themselves to multiple faps?
Financial Advice New Zealand
01:04:15
Here is the link for the guide https://www.fma.govt.nz/assets/Licensing-guides/Introductory-guide-to-full-licence-requirements.pdf
Moosa Mohammed
01:04:54
Hi Katrina, can you also put up the guide to Linking FSPR?
Financial Advice New Zealand
01:07:40
Here is the video to link a FAP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-XkflEfsO4
Moosa Mohammed
01:08:27
Thanks
Lydia von Ronge
01:09:18
How easy will it be to change your licence class later?
Andy Phillipson
01:09:20
Many of us are concerned that we won't know if we are getting it right or wrong until we get a tap on the shoulder from the FMA. There are no clear rules, only guidelines, subject to much varied interpretation.
Nicki Kane
01:09:24
Where is the line between what we must do as an FA and what a PA or admin person can do? Thinking about the fact find-who can do it, the putting together of the recommendation document vs actually coming up with the recommendation content etc
Nikhil ghate
01:10:05
The full licence application process is online but do we also have a separate question set other than what is in the Introductory Guide. If yes then can someone advise how to access those questions. My 'guess' is all the questions are within the Introductory Guide and there is no other document containing questions asked during licensing. Thanks.
Meredith Cornelius
01:19:11
Question … if a company has an authorised body linked, and a company FA works via that authorised body for the FAP … does the individual FA (again working through the authorised body as a contractor) need to be listed as a Financial Adviser on the FSPR? Or … just employed FAs?
Katrina Shanks
01:25:00
Meredith - Hi. All Financial Advisers have to be on the register. Any financial adviser who gives regulated financial advice has to be on the register
Meredith Cornelius
01:25:13
Thanks Katrina
Nikhil ghate
01:33:39
Thanks , understood.
Leigh Hodgetts
01:34:07
Thanks guys great sesio
Neil Inns
01:34:34
thanks for the links also! Great zoom guys
Manasi Rataul
01:34:38
Thank you All
Emily TSAI
01:34:45
THANK YOU.
Qihong Zhou
01:35:10
Thanks!\