As a Crown entity, we prepare a Statement of Intent that sets out our goals and funding and a Statement of Performance Expectations that sets out our financial forecast for the next financial year. Our corporate plan set outs our areas of focus and key milestones for the year ahead. The scope of these documents is agreed on with our Minister with an Annual Letter of Expectations.
We then report the achievements of our stated goals in our Annual Report to Parliament. The composition of the Board members’ remuneration and employee remuneration in excess of $100,000 is reported in the FMA’s annual report. These documents, together with our financial statements, are audited by the auditor-general.
Our Strategic Risk Outlook and Guide to the FMA's view of Conduct and Investor Capability Strategy provide further details on our scope of activity. (See quick links at top of the page)
Information about us, our objectives, strategic direction, performance measures and annual financial statements can be found in the documents below.
Our annual reports detail the results we have achieved against our stated intentions. These results then feedback into our next cycle of direction-setting, planning, implementation and review. Our annual reports are a great way to review our operational highlights for each financial year.
2018 FMA Annual Report
The report highlights a number of key activities that took place in the year, including the launch of the joint FMA/RBNZ Culture and Conduct review of banks and life insurers.
Our Strategic Risk Outlook describes what we believe are the current and main drivers of risk to fair, efficient and transparent financial markets.
Based on our identified drivers of risk, we have determined seven strategic priorities that will guide our operations over the next three years. Our goal is to raise trust and confidence in our financial markets, which we believe will deliver better outcomes for investors, businesses and our economy as a whole.