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This report provides interested parties with the statistics previously published in the FMA Superannuation Schemes Report. The statistics in this report are about New Zealand superannuation schemes registered in the 12 months to 31 December 2015.
Annual survey into New Zealanders’ attitudes to financial markets
These results measure attitudes towards and investment in New Zealand’s financial market Investor experience of IPOs February 2014.pdf (9 MB)
This report is the result of a review conducted by Oliver Wyman focusing on stakeholder perspectives on achievements, short-comingsand future priorities for New Zealand’s Financial Markets Authority FMA Progress Review - Stakeholder Feedback Report.pdf (259 KB)
In September 2012, the Financial Markets Authority issued an online survey to all Authorised Financial Advisers (AFAs). The purpose of the survey was to ‘take the temperature’ of the AFA population and give AFAs an opportunity to tell us, on an anonymous basis, how the regime has impacted them 18 months on from its implementation. We also wanted to obtain some credible and quantitative data on aspects such as services offered by advisers, years in the industry, and changes to business mode...
View the Executive Summary of the stakeholder survey conducted by Colmar Brunton on behalf of FMA. The survey included 14 in depth face to face interviews, and 203 online responses. The purpose of the survey was to better understand perceptions of our organisation and our interactions with the market. It is also an important reporting tool, enabling FMA to supply independent analysis and is referenced in our Statement of Intent. FMA stakeholder survey 2012 – Executive summary.pdf (1.1 MB)...
This report details the results of stakeholder research conducted around the time of FMA's establishment in 2011. It outlines stakeholder priorities, articulates key strategic priorities for the organisation and highlights challenges to implementation. Oliver Wyman stakeholder report.pdf (549 kB)