Under the Financial Markets Conduct Act you must be licensed to make a regulated offer of derivatives.
Find out about licensing, what your obligations are and details about fees and levies.
Under the Financial Markets Conduct (FMC) Act you must be licensed to make a regulated offer of derivatives. Find out who a derivatives issuer is and if you’ll need a licence.
To be authorised to provide a personalised DIMS service you must first meet the prescribed eligibility criteria.
See the current list of businesses who hold a licence to provide derivatives issuer services.
The FMC Act requires you to meet particular requirements for how you present your offer and what your on-going obligations are.
Putting investor interests first is at the heart of raising the standards of how financial advice is conducted.
Read how the FMC Act provides for fair dealing in relation to financial products and services and sets out minimum compliance standards of behaviour for people operating in the financial markets.
Under the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 there are financial reporting obligations for FMC reporting entities.
Find out more about exemptions you can apply for under the FMC Act.
The Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act (AML/CFT Act) 2009 and its Regulations place obligations on New Zealand’s financial institutions to detect and deter money laundering and terrorism financing. Find out how it affects you.
20 September 2016
The inaugural New Zealand International Fraud Film Festival (Fraud Film Festival) is coming to Auckland’s Q Theatre in November. The festival is timed to coincide with November’s Fraud Awareness Week and will open on Friday, 18 November.
30 August 2016
28 July 2016
FMA has released a guide to how it will examine whether financial services providers are demonstrating good conduct under the Financial Markets Conduct Act (FMC Act).
28 July 2016
We are seeking feedback on our conduct guide. The guide details how we will examine whether financial service providers are demonstrating good conduct under the Financial Markets Conduct Act (FMC Act).