New Zealand’s Financial Service Providers Register (FSPR)

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New Zealand’s FMA white paper on things stopping good investment decisions

New Zealand’s FMA white paper on things stopping good investment decisions

The government of New Zealand has shown a keen interest in understanding the best ways to improve financial capability, including through policy design and consumer protection regulation and supervision. Within this framework, the country’s Financial Markets Authority (FMA) has recently published the first in an occasional series of papers that it intends to ...

Scam Alert: New Zealand’s FMA adds another broker to its warning list

Scam Alert: New Zealand’s FMA adds another broker to its warning list

New Zealand’s Financial Markets Authority (FMA), maintains a list entitled “Businesses to be wary of”, in the framework of its mandate and commitment to protect investors “from businesses who are (or have been) registered on the Financial Service Providers Register (FSPR) but are the subject of complaints about loss of investor funds, or other serious ...

New Zealand's regulator keeps removing financial firms

New Zealand's regulator keeps removing financial firms

New Zealand’s Financial Service Providers Register (FSPR) has recently published on its website a new deregistration notice, which features all the names of businesses and individuals which were removed from the register in December 2015 and January 2016. As revealed by the announcement a total of 226 firms and individuals got removed from the register in ...

Brokers to face a hard time in New Zealand

Brokers to face a hard time in New Zealand

Many brokers seek to get registered on the New Zealand Financial Services Provider Register (FSPR), due to the good reputation of New Zealand as a jurisdiction and also because it has a great proximity to the Asia Pacific which is a very promising and lucrative marker that brokers wish to target. Worried that the licensing in their country is being misused by ...