Welcome to the Professional Advice Knowledge Hub where the FSC provides up to date information on regulation changes, webinars, research and other resources for those working in and around financial advice and financial services.
This page links to Navigating Regulation, our up to date information on the Financial Services Legislation Amendment Act (FSLAA) due to commence on 15 March 2021, Get in Shape 2020, our 2020 advice summit events and webinar resources and the Get In Shape 2021 Advice Summits.
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|Disclosure Guide for Financial Advisors
As part of the Get in Shape series, designed to support the advice community through the changes as part of the Financial Services Legislation Amendment Act (FSLAA), the Financial Services Council has developed a new Disclosure Guide For Financial Advisors.
The Disclosure Guide takes readers through the key process of preparing clear information for consumers, from the general requirements of the legislation to complaint handling.
The FSC is running a series of Get In Shape webinars to keep the advice community updated and help transition to the new FSLAA regime. The 45 minute webinars run at 10am every other Friday and you can register for the next session here. Find out more below, sign up to receive updates or watch previous sessions via YouTube.
|Welcome and introduction to the series from Mark Banicevich
||27 November 2020: Get In Shape: Session 13 - A 2020 Session Wrap & Look ahead to 2021||30 October 2020: Get in Shape Session 11: New disclosure regulations: practical implementation||2 October 2020: Get in Shape Session 10: Privacy - Reviewing your obligations under the Privacy Act||18 September 2020: FAP Risk Management||
4 September 2020: Governance and Director's duties
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Money & You 1
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Financial Resilience Index: Tracking wellbeing and money worries.
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|Minister Faafoi Welcome
||Minister Faafoi Q&A
||Advice 2020 Panel