Page last updated: 08 May 2023


How to get in touch with the FMA, and details of who to contact if the matter doesn't fall under our remit or can more easily be resolved by another government agency or organisation.

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Who to contact


If you want to

Please email us at

  • Ask a question
  • Make a complaint
  • Report a misconduct or scam
  • Request information under Official Information Act (OIA)
  • Provide confidential whistleblowing information

[email protected]  

  • Submit a licence application
  • Enquire about a licence application

[email protected] 

  • Submit a compliance report
  • Provide compliance information
  • Apply for a levy waiver

[email protected]

  • Submit an AML/CFT report
  • Ask about AML/CFT requirements

[email protected]

  • Apply for an exemption

[email protected]

  • Make FinTech related enquiries

[email protected]

  • Make a media enquiry

[email protected] 

  • Make a speech enquiry

[email protected]


Auckland Office Wellington Office


(09) 300 0400
Overseas callers please dial
00 64 9 300 0400

(04) 472 9830
Overseas callers please dial
00 64 4 472 9830


Financial Markets Authority
Level 5
Ernst & Young Building
2 Takutai Square
Auckland, New Zealand

Financial Markets Authority
Level 2
1 Grey Street
Wellington, New Zealand


Financial Markets Authority
DX Box CX10033
PO Box 106 672
Auckland 1143 New Zealand

Financial Markets Authority
PO Box 1179
Wellington 6140 New Zealand


Financial Markets Authority
Level 5 Ernst & Young Building
Loading Bay 59 Tyler Street
Auckland 1010 New Zealand

We investigate a range of complaints about the conduct of individuals and businesses that operate in our financial markets. Read more about how to complain, our complaints process and how we protect whistleblowers and informants.



If you believe there has been serious wrongdoing in relation to the financial markets by the organisation you work for, you can make a protected disclosure (whistle blowing). 

Read more about whistle blowing

OIAs with the FMA


Find answers to common questions and who to get in touch with if we can’t help. Please check the information we provide in each section before contacting us – it may save you time. If you can’t find the information you’re looking for then please submit your question to us via [email protected] or call one of our helplines.

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