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  1. 10 May 2013

    Guilty plea in Dominion Finance case

    A former director of Dominion Finance Group and North South Finance, Ann Butler, has pleaded guilty to misleading investors in a prosecution taken by the Financial Markets Authority. Read more.
  2. 15 March 2013

    Three directors sentenced in Capital + Merchant Finance case

    Three directors( Owen Francis Tallentire, Colin Gregory Ryan, and Robert Gordon Sutherland) of the failed finance company Capital + Merchant Finance have been sentenced at the Auckland High Court following action taken by the FMA. Read more.
  3. 12 March 2013

    Home detention for National Finance director

    National Finance director Anthony Banbrook has today been sentenced to eight and a half months' home detention and ordered to pay $75,000 in reparations in a prosecution taken by the FMA. Read more.
  4. 28 February 2013

    FMA signals its compliance focus for 2013

    The Financial Markets Authority (FMA) has released its compliance focus for 2013 which outlines FMA's priority areas for monitoring and surveillance over the next year.

  5. 5 February 2013

    Two more directors plead guilty in Capital + Merchant Finance case

    Robert Gordon Sutherland and Colin Gregory Ryan, who reside in Australia, pleaded guilty to two charges of making an untrue statement in a registered prospectus and one charge of distributing advertisements which included an untrue statement. Read more.
  6. 30 January 2013

    Guilty plea in Capital + Merchant Finance case

    Capital + Merchant Finance director, Owen Francis Tallentire, has pleaded guilty to three charges laid by the Financial Markets Authority under the Securities Act 1978. Read more.