How Video Will Transform Advice

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The poor public perception of advice, despite the headlines, is not purely siloed to an impression of the institutional vertical advice businesses. While the headlines of 2016 have centered on the advice industry’s major players, it is the entire function of “advice” that has been called into question.

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Change on the horizon for New Zealand’s Financial Advisers

Author: David Whyte

Untitled-1 In early July the Hon. Paul Goldsmith, Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs in New Zealand, will receive recommendations from his advisers on the review of the 2010 Financial Advisers Act.

Over 150 submissions have been made by interested parties. The task of sifting through these submissions, to establish an appropriate and acceptable way forward, has no doubt tested the limits of those involved.

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What can Financial Advisors Expect from the Industry in 2016?

Financial advisor talking to couple on sofa
Financial advisor talking to couple on sofa

There’s a lot of opportunities to consider in 2016, emerging markets, a new presidential election and a rise in household investable assets. How best can advisors prepare to make the most of this opportunity?

With household investable assets expected to grow by 11% before 2020, what else can financial advisors prepare for in 2016?

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