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Regional Meeting - Auckland

Regional Meeting - Auckland

Hear from two of New Zealand’s leading authorities:

Dominick Stephens, one of NZ Most respected economists “What's in store for the economy in 2019”

Barry Read, one of NZ top compliance experts, “What you need to be doing now to prepare for the new world of Financial Advice Provider Licences”

 



What’s in store for the NZ economy in 2019?


Dominick Stephens is the Chief Economist, New Zealand at Westpac Institutional Bank.

Dominick started his career at the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, where he was involved in forecasting and modelling the New Zealand economy. 

Dominick joined Westpac as a Senior Economist in 2006, and became Chief Economist in 2011. His most well-known research concerns the roles of taxation, interest rates and inflation on the New Zealand housing market. He has also published research on the exchange rate, New Zealand’s labour market, and macroeconomic modelling.

What you need to be doing now to prepare for the new world of Financial Advice Provider Licences?


Licencing is coming and Barry will give the low down on what your choice are and what you can do to put yourself in the best position to really get the best out of the changes.

With too many years in financial services to cover off here more recently Barry is a well known figure in NZ for his compliance expertise both consulting to many top businesses and individuals as well as now preparing Evergreen Life for the new world of licencing. Barry’s approach is not only methodical but highly pragmatic and focused on enhanced business outcomes.

In this presentation you will get a good idea of what you can do to put yourself in the best position to really thrive from the upcoming licencing process facing the industry.

 CPD: 2.0 hours structured
Area: General Principle Financial Planning

When
19/02/2019 10:00 AM - 12:20 PM
Where
Remuera Golf Club 120 AbbotTs Way Remuera Auckland
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