24 April 2018
FSF is urging banks to proceed sensibly in response to a suggestion not to provide banking services to anyone in the mobile trading sector.
19 April 2018
In light of recent news reports highlighting unscrupulous mobile trading practices, the Financial Services Federation is urging consumers to take advantage of its Responsible Mobile Shop Code...
20 March 2018
"The new website is a fantastic avenue for FSF to spread its message of responsible lending even further to reach everyday consumers."
12 February 2018
NZ's dealerships are being reminded to prepare for upcoming anti-money-laundering obligations.
18 December 2017
New Zealand’s non-bank lenders have again experienced strong growth in 2017 financial year, boosted by the industry’s vehicle finance companies.
20 October 2017
The Commerce Commission’s crackdown on the mobile trader sector has resulted in more than $1 million in fines to unscrupulous traders, or “truck shops”, as they have become known.
28 August 2017
Members of New Zealand’s finance and leasing sector will come together in November 2017 when the Financial Services Federation (FSF) holds its first-ever industry conference.
11 August 2017
Wellingtonian Lyn McMorran has been recognised for her contribution to New Zealand’s financial advice industry.
11 August 2017
The Financial Services Federation is getting behind Money Week 2017 with the “FSF Tip Jar”, a campaign about sharing sense when it comes to money.
20 July 2017
Robo-Advice, Digital-Advice, Automated-Advice. Whatever you choose to call it, the appetite to access financial advice online is growing, and New Zealand’s legislation is yet to catch up.
23 June 2017
The Financial Services Federation (FSF) is urging the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) to reconsider its position regarding consumer credit contracts providers being captured in the review of the Financial Advisers Act (FAA) 2008.
22 June 2017
Members of New Zealand’s finance industry have joined forces to help consumers be better informed when it comes to credit-related insurance.
26 May 2017
The Financial Services Federation is supporting the Government’s decision to invest NZ$10.2 million into helping young New Zealanders access the tools they need to better manage their finances.