Page last updated: 20 October 2022

Enforcement Activity

In the event of a breach of financial markets legislation, we may intervene on an informal basis or at a low level where such action is proportionate to the misconduct and will achieve an appropriate market outcome. However, where appropriate, we will take strong action and hold individuals and entities accountable when they break the law and fail to meet the standards that are expected of them. If harm has been identified, we may also take regulatory action of some sort even though no ‘rules’ appear to have been broken.

Our enforcement activity can be viewed on this page.

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  1. Formal warning

    20 October 2022

    Formal warning: Jasper NZ Investments Limited

    The FMA has issued a formal warning to Jasper NZ Investments Limited following concerns that it may have failed to give disclosures to investors as required by Part 3 of the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 because it relied on the wholesale investor exclusion in circumstances where they were not entitled to. This is because some eligible investor certificates were incomplete.
  2. Formal warning

    20 October 2022

    Formal warning: Du Val Capital Partners Limited and Du Val BTR GP Limited

    The FMA has issued a formal warning to Du Val Capital Partners Limited and Du Val BTR GP Limited following concerns that they may have failed to give disclosures to investors as required by Part 3 of the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 because they relied on the wholesale investor exclusion in circumstances where they were not entitled to. This is because some eligible investor certificates were incomplete.
  3. Formal warning

    20 October 2022

    Formal Warning: Provincia Property Fund Limited

    The FMA has issued a formal warning to Provincia Property Fund Limited following concerns that they may have failed to give disclosures to investors as required by Part 3 of the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 because it relied on the wholesale investor exclusion in circumstances where they were not entitled to. This is because some eligible investor certificates were incomplete.
  4. Formal warning

    20 October 2022

    Formal warning: E+O Property Syndication Limited

    The FMA has issued a formal warning to Formal warning: E+O Property Syndication Limited following concerns that it may have failed to give disclosures to investors as required by Part 3 of the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 because it relied on the wholesale investor exclusion in circumstances where they were not entitled to. This is because some eligible investor certificates were incomplete.
  5. Formal warning

    20 October 2022

    Formal warning: Black Robin Equity Limited and Westwood Terraces BRE Limited

    The FMA has issued a formal warning to Black Robin Equity Limited and Westwood Terraces BRE Limited following concerns that they may have failed to give disclosures to investors as required by Part 3 of the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 because they relied on the wholesale investor exclusion in circumstances where they were not entitled to. This is because some eligible investor certificates were incomplete.
  6. Formal warning

    20 October 2022

    Formal Warning: Williams Corporation Capital Partnership GP Limited

    The FMA has issued a formal warning to Williams Corporation Capital Partnership GP Limited following concerns that they may have failed to give disclosures to investors as required by Part 3 of the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 because it relied on the wholesale investor exclusion in circumstances where they were not entitled to. This is because some eligible investor certificates were incomplete.
  7. Formal warning

    20 October 2022

    Formal Warning: Wolfbrook Capital Limited

    The FMA has issued a formal warning to Wolfbrook Capital Limited following concerns that they may have failed to give disclosures to investors as required by Part 3 of the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 because it relied on the wholesale investor exclusion in circumstances where they were not entitled to. This is because some eligible investor certificates were incomplete.
  8. Court – civil
    Misleading statement

    5 June 2020

    ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited (fair dealing breaches)

    ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited charged 307 customers for card repayment insurance (CCRI) policies that offered no cover. The FMA brought proceedings against ANZ, alleging the bank had breached the fair dealing provisions of the Financial Markets Conduct (FMC) Act. ANZ was ordered by the High Court to pay a $280,000 civil penalty.