Governance and culture has been identified as one of our strategic priorities that will guide our work over the coming years.
We encourage boards to take the lead in embedding sound corporate governance practices that are appropriate for the size and scale of their organisation. Find out more about your role below.
The Corporate governance handbook is a reference guide for directors, executives and advisers, to help them decide how best to apply the nine key corporate governance principles. Review a full copy of the guide here, including other support materials.
Depending on whether you choose to adopt the requirements under the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 (FMC Act), or continue to make an offer under the transitional provisions of the Securities Act regime, will determine how you present your offer and what your on-going obligations are.
Under the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 there are financial reporting obligations for FMC reporting entities.
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.
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).
14 July 2016
Media ReleaseMR No.2016 - 2014 July 2016 The deadline is looming for fund managers to get licensed under the Financial Markets Conduct Act (FMCA) and the Financial Markets Authority is putting out the final call to those that want to stay in the game. Under the FMCA, fund managers, discretionary investment management service providers and derivatives issuers must meet new governance and capability standards before 1 December 2016. Most firms have now com...
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).