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FMA confirms short-term derivatives to be licensed

3 April 2017

The Financial Markets Authority has confirmed that businesses selling short-duration derivatives need to be licensed. The Financial Markets Conduct Act introduced licensing for derivatives issuers in December 2014. More>

FMA Conduct Guide consultation complete

14 December 2016

Final document to be published in the New Year. Chief executive Rob Everett says the true test of any provider's approach to conduct will be on whether they can show customers and the FMA that what they do is considtently effective at producing good consutmer outcomes. FMA.govt.nz. More>

FAA licensing deadline Thursday

30 November 2016

The process of licensing of fund managers is coming to an end and next up with be an even bigger job, the second round for financial advisers. Goodreturns.co.nz.  More>

FMA regulatory update to support business implementing the FMC Act

15 August 2016

To support businesses implementing the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 (FMC Act), the FMA has been working, in consultation with the sector, on various legislative tools such as exemptions,
frameworks, methodologies, public accountability notices, and designations (the FMA’s legislative tools).