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Consultations

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.

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. Consultation
    Closed - with decision

    12 October 2021

    Consultation on the review of AML/ CFT laws

    The Government, led by the Ministry Department of Justice, is reviewing the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing Act 2009 (the Act). The Act helps to keep Aotearoa New Zealand safe from money laundering and terrorism financing, so our country has a trustworthy and legitimate financial system.
  2. Consultation
    Closed - with decision

    5 October 2021

    Consultation on 2021 Financial Markets Authority funding and levy review

    Since establishment in 2011, the FMA’s role and our responsibilities and statutory functions have increased significantly. MBIE and the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) are consulting on proposed changes to the FMA’s funding and the FMA levy. The funding review has been subject to a Deloitte independent assessment and Deloitte’s findings are published alongside the consultation materials on the MBIE website.
  3. Closed - with decision
    Consultation

    25 March 2021

    Consultation paper: Content of regulatory returns for licensed DI, MIS managers and DIMS providers

    Consultation paper: Content of regulatory returns for licensed DI, MIS managers and DIMS providers. This consultation outlines the information we plan to ask about the regulatory returns for those providers. Read more.
  4. Closed - with decision
    Consultation

    10 March 2021

    Consultation: Recognition of Australian adviser qualifications

    Consultation: Recognition of Australian adviser qualifications. When the new regime is in force, we propose to recognise that individual Australian advisers demonstrate the competence, knowledge and skill standards set by the Code if they hold certain Australian adviser qualifications, and to confirm this in a statement on our website.
  5. Closed - with decision
    Consultation

    11 December 2020

    Consultation paper: Prescribed Minimum Standards and Conditions for Licensed Auditors and Registered Audit Firms Notice 2020

    The FMA issued the Auditor Regulation Act (Prescribed Minimum Standards and Conditions for Licensed Auditors and Registered Audit Firms) Notice 2012 (the Notice) on 18 April 2012, and (Prescribed Minimum Standards and Conditions for Licensed Auditors and Registered Audit Firms) Amendment Notice 2015 (the Amendment) on 9 November 2015.
  6. Closed - with decision
    Consultation

    1 November 2018

    Consultation paper: Determining whether you are acquiring a business or assets

    Consultation paper: Determining whether you are acquiring a business or assets. This guidance has been finalised and published. We received four formal submissions, which all supported the proposals. Therefore, no significant changes have been made. Read more