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During our investigation into Mark Warminger, we saw trading activity by Goldman Sachs that gave cause for concern and warranted further investigation. This activity may have presented a false or misleading appearance of the price and supply of securities, which is why it came to our attention. Read more.
This report is for KiwiSaver providers and for providers of any Managed Investment Scheme. It will also be of interest to behavioural insight researchers. This report describes the results of a behavioural insights randomised control trial.
International Monetary Fund (IMF) visited New Zealand to conduct a Financial Sector Assessment Program (FSAP) of this country’s financial system. The goal of FSAP assessments is to gauge the stability of the country’s financial sector, to identify any potential sources of systemic risk and to assess its potential contribution to growth and development. Read more.
The FMA has previously raised concerns about the extent of replacement business in the life insurance industry. In response to these concerns, we initiated a review to determine whether insurance churn exists in the New Zealand market and, if it does, whether it harms consumers. Download the full report on this page.