The Financial Markets Authority – Te Mana Tātai Hokohoko (FMA) regulates New Zealand’s financial markets. We were established in 2011 as an Independent Crown Entity.
Our statutory duty is to promote and facilitate the development of fair, efficient, and transparent financial markets; and to promote the confident and informed participation of businesses, investors, and consumers in the financial markets. We:
Our overarching strategic intention is to promote fair, efficient and transparent financial markets. Our Statement of Intent provides more detail about our strategic priorities, how we will manage our functions and operations to achieve our intentions, and how we will report our progress.
As the regulator, we require the finance industry to treat customers and investors fairly. We work with industry to continually improve their products and processes with their customers in mind. We do this by:
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