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Advisers and planning

Discover AMP's network of expert advisers and how they can help
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If you’re looking for an adviser, you’ve come to the right place. Whether you’re looking for advice about investments, insurance, KiwiSaver or more, our network of qualified financial advisers is a great place to start.

Find out more about the type of advisers in our network, how to find one near you and why you can trust our advisers.

The ways AMP distributes products

Our advisers cover a range of topics and specialities, and are available across New Zealand.
Where you’re dealing with advisers not directly employed by AMP, they’re still representatives of AMP and provide the level of service you’d expect from us.

Advisers in the AMP Qualifying Financial Entity (QFE)

AMP Services (NZ) Limited provides financial adviser services through AMP employees or AMP adviser businesses (who have agency agreements with AMP). These advisers are all nominated representatives of the AMP QFE.

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AdviceFirst

AdviceFirst offers financial advice and planning. AdviceFirst advisers work across Auckland, Waikato, Manawatu, Wellington and Canterbury. They are also members of AMP’s Quality Advice Network. AdviceFirst also incorporates the Roost brand.

Go to AdviceFirst website

Spicers

Spicers Portfolio Management Limited provides financial adviser services to customers through its network of advisers. All Spicers advisers are nominated representatives of the Spicers Portfolio Management Limited QFE.

Go to Spicers website 

Other financial advisers

AMP also distributes financial products through financial advisers in addition to those mentioned above. They are not part of the AMP QFE and are not nominated representatives. AMP’s QFE does not take responsibility for any financial adviser services provided by them although they are still regulated by the Financial Markets Authority (FMA).

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The financial advice process

Once you’ve got in touch with an adviser, they’ll contact you to discuss your current situation and go through your financial goals. They can then personalise their recommendations, which comes in a document called a Statement of Advice (SOA).

The SOA might suggest new products or strategies for you, or make changes to existing products. It’s completely up to you to choose whether you want to use their advice.

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Why you can trust our advisers

You can be confident that you’ll get sound financial advice from our advisers. That’s because the majority of our advisers get specialist professional development, training and business support from our Quality Advice Network (QAN).

You can read more about our QAN below

 

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AMP’s Quality Advice Network (QAN) has been developed with advisers for advisers. This ensures you’re receiving the best quality information from your adviser.

It helps your adviser access comprehensive training, up-to-date product information, and business support so they can give you great service.

 

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Important information

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AMP Services (NZ) Limited is a Qualifying Financial Entity (QFE) meaning it is regulated by the Financial Markets Authority and takes responsibility for the financial adviser services provided by its employees and nominated representatives. All advisers in the AMP QFE are nominated representatives of the AMP QFE. Spicers Portfolio Management Limited is a Qualifying Financial Entity (QFE) and all Spicers advisers are nominated representatives of the Spicers QFE.

While care has been taken to supply information on this website that is accurate, no entity or person gives any warranty of reliability or accuracy, or accepts any responsibility arising in any way including from any error or omission.

A disclosure statement is available from your adviser, on request and free of charge.