New licences for financial market services
New Reporting Requirements under the FMC Act
New minimum standards of behaviour for fair dealing
New offer information under the FMC Act.
The FMC Act 2013 (Part 4) introduces a new accountability framework for debt securities and managed investment schemes.
Securities trustees and statutory supervisors must be licensed by FMA.
Anyone offering securities to the public needs to comply with financial markets legislation.
Find out how to comply with your obligations as a financial adviser.
On these pages you can find information about brokers and custodians, including who they are, who needs to comply and what their obligations are.
All futures dealers must be authorised or approved and comply with the requirements set under the Securities Markets Act 1988.
KiwiSaver is part of a package of government initiatives designed to increase the level of savings by New Zealand households and support New Zealanders in retirement.
New Zealand's financial institutions have obligations to detect and deter money laundering and terrorism financing.
Different obligations apply to those issuing shares under crowd funding services. Find out the obligations that apply to issuers and service providers.