Run by advisers, for advisers

FAMNZ exists to represent the interests of New Zealand’s finance and mortgage advisers.

FAMNZ is run by advisers, for advisers. We exist to protect the professionalism integrity and longevity of our industry, create competition with banks to benefit New Zealand loan customers, and advocate for advisers operating in our country.

  • Finance and mortgage advisers
  • Established advisers
  • New-to-industry advisers
  • Motor finance adviser specialists
  • Asset finance adviser specialists
  • Commercial finance adviser specialists
  • Students looking to pursue a career as a finance or mortgage adviser
  • FREE entry to professional development (PD) days, to accrue CPD (continuing professional development) points and meet your membership adviser requirements.
  • Up to date industry news and information that we’ve broken down and analysed for you, to make it easier for you to be on top of all the things you need to know.
  • Market-leading internal member dispute resolution and disciplinary tribunal to help you diffuse situations prior to customer complaints escalating to regulatory bodies.
  • Additional exclusive offers and discounts.
  • Professional recognition as a member of the FAMNZ 

International alliances

Our influence is the result of strong connections, with key decision-makers and with other industry bodies both within NZ and beyond our borders. Two key international connections are with FBAA and IMBF.

  • FBAA – FAMNZ has allegiance with and is a part of the FBAA family, the Finance Brokers Association of Australasia Ltd, which has been leading the way in advocacy for Australian finance and mortgage brokers since 1993. FAMNZ is run by the FBAA in conjunction with a New Zealand Advisory Committee and local Country Manager, and having access to invaluable guidance and advice.
  • IMBF – Through FBAA FAMNZ Managing Director Peter White, FAMNZ has been invited to be a part of the International Federation of Mortgage Brokers (IMBF). The IMBF brings together finance and mortgage brokers and advisers from six jurisdiction – UK, US, Canada, Ireland, Australia and Netherlands – to discuss challenges and opportunities and workshop solutions. We now add New Zealand to this group’s Global Board of Governors.