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With the regulatory changes set to be implemented in early 2021, Karty Mayne from Rosewill Consulting is warning advisers to take precautions with advertising as this is an area that causes issues with compliance. Karty has suggested that advisers pay attention to their online activity. David Greenslade, executive director of Strategi has echoed Karty’s point by saying that although advisers have room to be creative they must carefully review the material.

“Karty Mayne, compliance consultant at Rosewill Consulting says that marketing and adverts are the areas where advisers can often trip up when it comes to compliance, and so they should be taking extra care to review their online activity.

David Greenslade, executive director of Strategi Group says the new disclosure regime will allow advisers to get more “innovative” with how they convey information - but it will also mean that every piece of marketing material will need to be looked at, and potentially revised.”

Karty has suggested advisers can improve current practices by updating their websites and reviewing how social media platforms are used. Additionally, Karty has suggested advisers create a compliance procedure that is simple to follow. Chatswood offers a Digital Advice Strategy service as well as an Advice Process Management service that helps advisers achieve what Karty is suggesting. If you wish to find out more email your interest to Jerusalem.Hibru@chatswood.co.nz or Russell.Hutchinson@chatswood.co.nz

““It’s also a really good opportunity to have a look at modernising your website and how you communicate on social media, because the FMA will look at all of that,” she explained.

Karty Mayne says the easiest way to stay on top of compliance is to create a series of policies, and document their implementation as simply as possible. She noted that if not for COVID-19, we would all be operating within the new regime right now - and so she urges advisers to use this extra breathing space ‘wisely’ and not get left behind.” Click here to read more

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