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pysong     Joined: 02 Feb 2023   Posts: 762  
Post Posted: 2023-04-11 06:24
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FSPR updates: What advisers need to know

With the bigger regulatory changes approaching on March 15, it could be easy for some of the smaller changes to get lost in the shuffle.To get more news about obtain fspr license brokers , you can visit official website.

One of those smaller changes is the alterations being made by MBIE to the FSPR. And while those changes might be small, it is vital that advisers remain aware of them, considering the eagle eye the FMA is going to be turning toward the registry post-March 15.
Rob Rendle, national manager, business registries, of the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, told Good Returns that while the new regime will dismiss previous categories like “authorised financial adviser” and “qualifying financial entity”, the biggest change to the FSPR will be a migration of advisers to a new registry system.

“Authorised financial advisers and registered financial advisers who are on the register immediately before March 15, 2021 will be migrated to the new register as financial advisers under the new regime.”

Rendle says that within the FSPR financial service category names are being amended to reflect changes in the Financial Service Providers (Registration and Dispute Resolution) Act 2008, in order to improve clarity.

“For example, the term 'broking service' will no longer be used on the register, that service is being renamed 'client money or property services'. Financial advisers and other financial service providers should check their registration after March 15, 2021 to ensure that they are registered for the correct services.”

These new names will not be the only things that advisers will have to get used to, as Rendle says, “from March 15 2021, [advisers] will notice a new dashboard from where they will be able to manage their FSP details and registrations. The new system is designed to be user-friendly and will look familiar to people that use our New Zealand Business Number (NZBN) online services.”

Importantly, Rendle notes, “Financial advice providers that need to link financial advisers to their licence will be able to do so from March 15. It’s important to note that they will have 90 days to do this.

“Financial advisers not shown on the register as being engaged by a financial advice provider after this time may face de-registration if they offer no other services.”

jonemartin     Joined: 27 Sep 2021   Posts: 135  
Post Posted: 2023-04-11 06:52
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