Page last updated: 12 July 2023

Consultations – 2024

Consultation is an important part of our policy development process. Our consultation is designed to encourage quality engagement from interested businesses and individuals, balanced with the need to complete policy work within the required timeframe. When consulting on policy development we will:

  • post upcoming consultation on our homepage calendar as they are scheduled
  • publish consultation documents that clearly describe the issue we’re seeking feedback on
  • provide a reasonable amount of time for respondents to provide quality feedback.  If you need more time, please contact the FMA
  • publish the feedback we receive through consultation, usually via a summary of the key themes, our response and the names of submitters
  • undertake further consultation if our initial proposal changes significantly and we need additional feedback 
  • publish a regulatory impact statement for significant policy decisions
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  1. Closed - with decision

    19 October 2023

    Consultation: Renewal of class exemption for dual language (English and te reo Māori) product disclosure statements

    We are reviewing whether to renew for a further five years an existing class exemption notice that allows product disclosure statements to be provided in full in both te reo Māori and English (dual language PDSs). This exemption provides relief to issuers of financial products from the prescribed length limits and, if necessary, some prescribed statements and formatting. The two languages provided in the PDS must accurately and fully reflect each other, and both comprise the entire PDS.
  2. Closed - pending response

    21 September 2023

    Consultation: Proposed liquidity risk management guidance

    Have your say on proposed liquidity risk management guidance outlining the essential features of effective liquidity risk management for MIS managers. Submissions close 10 November 2023.
  3. Consultation
    Closed - with decision

    8 September 2023

    Consultation: Climate-related disclosures timing challenge

    The FMA is consulting on a proposed exemption to exempt certain climate reporting entities from the requirement to include a link to their climate statements in their annual report for a 2-year period. Submissions close 7 August 2023.
  4. Consultation
    Closed - with decision

    12 July 2023

    Consultation: Proposed standard condition on business continuity and technology systems

    The FMA has issued a Regularly Impact Statement (RIS) and summary of responses following consultation on a proposed new business continuity and technology systems standard condition for managers of registered schemes (but not restricted schemes), DIMS providers, derivatives issuers, peer-to-peer lending providers and crowdfunding service providers.