Name: New Zealand Financial Service Provider
Abbreviation: New Zealand (FSP)
New Zealand (FSP)
FSP, the full name is Financial Service Providers (Financial Service Providers), and compliance with this type of regulation is called FSPR, that is, Registrar of Financial Service Providers. New Zealand passed the “Financial Service Providers (Registration and Dispute Resolution) Act 2008” on September 29, 2008.
The New Zealand Financial Service Providers Registry (FSPR) was established under the Financial Service Providers (Registration and Dispute Resolution) Act 2008. It is a searchable online information registry that records people, companies and organizations providing financial services in New Zealand. FSPR enables unregulated over-the-counter brokerage companies and start-ups to gain the trust and credibility of customers without worrying about regulatory barriers set up by other countries.
Since August 16, 2010, the financial services company regulator FSPR has begun to accept applications from financial companies, and since December 1, 2010, almost all New Zealand financial services companies must register with the FSPR to provide corresponding financial services.
Supervised companies: Rostones, Financial Circle, FXBTG Daqi Finance, KVB Kunlun International
Features of Regulatory Institutions Financial services companies conduct electronic registration with FSP. Allow all financial service providers to appear in an electronically accessible form and be subject to the New Zealand government’s “Financial Service Provider Regulations 2008”.
Introduction to Regulators
Financial Service Providers (Financial Service Providers-FSP), in line with this type of regulation is called the Financial Service Provider Registration (Registrar of Financial Service Providers-FSPR), New Zealand passed the “2008 Financial Service Providers” on September 29, 2008 Service Company Registration and Dispute Resolution Act. Since August 16, 2010, the financial services company regulator FSPR has begun to accept applications from financial companies, and since December 1, 2010, almost all New Zealand financial services companies must register with the FSPR to provide corresponding financial services. Financial advisors (AFA) need to register with FSPR and FMA (Financial Markets Authority) to provide financial services.
After applying for a New Zealand FSP, you will get an FSP license and a unique FSP regulatory number uniformly issued by the registry.
How to complain http://www.business.govt.nz/fsp
How to check http://www.business.govt.nz/fsp
How to supervise Step 1: Open the FSP homepage. Step 2: On the right side of the homepage, you can see the query box. After entering the company you want to query, click SEARCH on the right. Step 3: Click on the company you query in the search results to see detailed regulatory information.