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  1. 7 June 2017

    KiwiSaver annual statements methodology notice

    This notice comes into force on 2017 and applies to accounting periods of KiwiSaver schemes that commence on or after the commencement date of this notice. The notice sets out a methodology which managers of KiwiSaver schemes must comply with when calculating the approximate total sum of the fees paid by each of their scheme participants. This information (which must be expressed as a dollar amount) must be included in the confirmation information that KiwiSaver providers are required to provide to each scheme participant each year pursuant to the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 (Act).
  2. 2 June 2017

    Amendment Notice 2017 FMC Shares in Investment Companies Designation

    The amendment notice amends the Financial Markets Conduct (Shares in Investment Companies) Designation Notice 2017 which came into force on the 19 May 2017. The notice declares that certain shares in investment companies are managed investment products rather than equity securities for the purposes of the FMC Act, but the princepal notice does not apply to shares that are NZX Main Board shares.
  3. 1 June 2017

    Innovative Securities - Judgment

    High Court judgment issued to Innovative securities in the case between FMA and Innovative Securities, 1 June 2017.
  4. 29 May 2017

    Investor Confidence Survey 2017

    The FMA carried out investor research measuring attitudes towards, and investment in New Zealand’s financial markets. The survey was conducted by Colmar Brunton in 2017.
  5. 24 May 2017

    Licensing overview report 2017

    The licensing overview report 2017 aims to outline how the FMA applied a flexible approach to applications; explains how the minimum standards and FMC Act eligibility criteria fit together; shows the linkage between good conduct and minimum standards, signals our fugure focus and clarified ongoing legal obligations.
  6. 23 May 2017

    Licensing guide - FMC Act

    To offer certain financial products and services in New Zealand, you need to be licensed. Being licensed shows your customers you meet the legal eligibility criteria and levels of compliance in the Financial Markets Conduct Act (FMC Act). This guide provides you with an understanding of your obligations under the Act when applying for a licence with the FMA.
  7. 9 May 2017

    IMF financial system stability assessment 2017

    This report is based on the work of the Financial Sector Assessment Program (FSAP) missions that visited New Zealand in August 16–September 7, 2016 and November 2–17, 2016.
  8. 9 May 2017

    IMF 2016 review of NZ

    The FSAP is a comprehensive assessment of the country’s financial sector and was coordinated by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) on behalf of the members of New Zealand’s Council of Financial Regulators, which includes the FMA, the Treasury and MBIE. New Zealand’s prudential and securities regulation was tested against international principles and practices.