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The FSC welcomes new member Consilium

The Financial Services Council (FSC) today welcomed Consilium New Zealand as its newest member.

FSC CEO, Richard Klipin, said ‘the Financial Services sector plays a key part in the New Zealand economy. Together, our members help and support New Zealanders to grow, manage and protect their wealth and as the voice of the sector, the FSC welcomes the wide range of organisations that share these aims.’

Consilium Managing Director, Scott Alman, said ‘we are pleased to join the FSC and become part of a growing community driving ethical standards, with a focus on the clients best interests for the benefit of all New Zealand investors.’

‘Our strategic focus is to achieve great consumer outcomes by lifting standards through culture and conduct initiatives and ensuring a sustainable financial services sector. We look forward to working with Consilium and all our members to reach our objectives.’ concluded Klipin.

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