Never before has your choice in an Adviser group been so important, or confusing. Whether you are a sole operator, or part of a bigger operation, the new regulatory regime means you and your business will face a multitude of new challenges. We recommend that Advisers that currently have their own clients and operate as a standalone business consider becoming a Financial Advice Provider (FAP). This enables you to control your destiny, potentially maximize revenues, and run your business the way you want to, within the confines of the new regulatory regime. Above all else that means having a proactive
Newpark Home Loans is paying just over $550,000 in commission this week. That's the biggest weekly commission so far and we haven't even got to December yet! Thanks to all our Advisers for making it happen.
The first major reform to trust law in the lifetime of most New Zealanders will occur on 30 January 2021 when the Trusts Act 2019 comes into force. All Advisers will need to come up to speed with the new provisions and Newpark will assist by providing Zoom study group sessions facilitated by Perpetual Guardian. The Trusts Act 2019, which comes into force on 30 January 2021, is the first major trust law reform in New Zealand in 70 years. Many of the key changes are aimed at making trust law more accessible to both Advisers and the public, strengthening the ability of beneficiaries