Govt provides more detail on how financial services regime will work

Four Cabinet papers on the regulations to implement the Financial Advisers Act (FAA) and the Financial Service Providers (Registration and Dispute Resolution) Act (FSPA) have been publicly released. 

They cover the:

  • disclosure that will be required of financial advisers

  • proposed new regime for regulating investment transactions

  • information that will be required for the new financial service providers register, and

  • fees that will be payable by financial advisers and financial service providers.

This Brief Counsel summarises the contents of the key Cabinet decisions, and a further Ministry of Consumer Affairs discussion document on reserve dispute resolution levies.

Please click on the link above to view the pdf.

Our thanks to Penny Sheerin, Principal, and Pippa Tasker, Solicitor, for writing this Brief Counsel.

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