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There are some people who cannot register on the Financial Service Providers Register.
People who have been convicted of crimes involving dishonesty under the Crimes Act 1961, in the last five years, such as fraud, as well as anyone convicted of a money laundering, or financing of terrorism offence, will be excluded from registering or from being involved in the management of a registered financial service provider
Undischarged bankrupts and banned directors will also not be able to register.
Other disqualifications are listed in section 14 of the Financial Service Providers (Registration and Dispute Resolution) Act 2008.