I am a Financial Adviser (FA), operating under Morton Delany Investment Consulting Ltd Financial Advice Provider (FAP) license. This is regulated by the Financial Markets Authority.
You can check licenses here www.fspr.govt.nz.
Types of Products and Providers
The main products I recommend are managed funds and may include unit trusts, KiwiSaver, Exchange traded funds or index funds. These will mainly be through a third party online wrap platform.
I will recommend providers where the research takes me depending upon your needs.
in 2020 the types of providers I have recommended include (but are not limited to) Simplicity, Harbour Funds Management, Dimensional, iShares, Smartshares, ANZ, Booster, Pathfinder, Polar Capital, Kernel Wealth, to name a few
When do you pay fees
These are usually paid after you have received an Investment Plan,
which is written especially for you.
If you nominate me as your investment adviser on an ongoing basis after agreeing to this investment plan, fees are usually paid monthly out of your investment account.
Should a client have an issue and wish to complain, the process in place is that any complaint needs to be put into writing. The adviser will respond also in writing, and if a resolution cannot be reached, an external disputes resolution service will be used. Morton Delany currently use the Insurance and Savings Ombudsman.