New Zealand's financial watchdog The Financial Markets Authority (FMA) has all the info you need to avoid investment pitfalls.
Graeme Hill asks Paul Gregory from The Financial Markets Authority (FMA) how many people are getting burnt, what should investors look for when thinking about investing online and what are the other options for people seeking a higher return.
The Financial Markets Authority (FMA) is the New Zealand government agency responsible for financial regulation.
In addition to being the financial services industry ‘watch-dog’ the FMA also provides Kiwis with information to help them make better investment decisions, including issuing warnings about companies to avoid.
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