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The new financial advice regime set out in the Financial Services Legislation Amendment Act 2019 (FSLAA) will come into force on 15 March 2021.
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Get help to register a financial service provider (FSP), manage your registration and use the FSPR
Get help to search the FSPR, upload documents, set up your online services account and find out what to do if you forget your RealMe® username or password.
You can apply online to be a registered FSP. The process depends on what kind of FSP you are — an individual, an entity already registered with the Companies Office, or another entity or body.
If you provide financial services to retail clients, you must join a DRS within 10 working days of registering and keep your membership details up to date on the Financial Service Providers Register (FSPR).
If you're a financial service provider (FSP), you pay fees for some transactions, including registration. You also pay levies to the Financial Markets Authority (FMA). There are several ways to pay.
You can apply to become an authorised financial adviser (AFA) or Qualifying Financial Entity (QFE), or be licensed to provide other financial services. Find out who to apply to.
To remain registered as a financial service provider (FSP), every year you must confirm your FSP's details and services. Find out how to file your confirmation online or change the month you do it.
All FSPs must keep their details up to date. We may deregister your FSP if you don't comply, but you can reregister in some circumstances. You can also deregister voluntarily.
Your FSPR online services account allows you to keep your FSP's contact and payment details up to date. From your account dashboard you can view and manage outstanding applications and tasks.