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  1. 21 May 2024

    Investment advice

    An investment adviser works with you to: Understand your needs and goals, find options to suit your situation, explain how each investment works, the risks and possible returns, and what it costs, and more.
  2. 21 May 2024

    Official Information Act (OIA) requests

    The Official Information Act 1982 (OIA) gives New Zealanders the right to request official information. We are committed to carrying out our functions and responsibilities in an open, transparent and accountable manner. We will publish OIA statistics and some responses to requests for information every quarter.
  3. 17 May 2024

    Supervisory approach new AMLCFT Regs 17 May 2024

    The Department of Internal Affairs, the Financial Markets Authority and the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (‘the Supervisors’) welcome the changes to AML/CFT requirements as a result of the various Amendment Regulations coming into force on 1 June 2024.
  4. 13 May 2024

    Report a scam

    If you suspect you have been targeted by an investment or financial scam, report the scam to the FMA.
  5. 10 May 2024

    AML/CFT Customer Due Diligence – Trusts

    This guideline is intended to support reporting entities1 to conduct customer due diligence (CDD) under the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) Act 2009 (the Act) on their customers who are trusts.
  6. 9 May 2024

    Financial Markets Conduct Abacus Storage King Exemption Notice 2024

    The Financial Markets Conduct (Abacus Storage King) Exemption Notice 2024 (Notice) exempts Abacus Storage Operations Limited (ASOL) and Abacus Storage Property Trust (the Trust) (together the issuers), and Abacus Storage Funds Management Limited (ASFML) (as responsible entity for the Trust under Australian law) from compliance with the disclosure requirements in Part 3 of the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 Act (Act), and exempts the Trust and ASFML from compliance with the governance requirements for managed investment schemes in Part 4 of the Act. The exemptions apply only to offers of stapled securities (each consisting of a share in ASOL and a unit in the Trust) which are made under an employee security plan established by the issuers to certain eligible persons in New Zealand (Abacus Storage King ESP).