New Derivatives Regulations in Effect for Issuers to NZ Clients

Starting today, all derivatives issuers (issuers) who make regulated offers to New Zealand...

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The Licensing Deadline for Issuers of Short-Term Derivatives to New Zealand Clients has Arrived

From Friday, 1 December 2017, all derivatives issuers (“Issuers”) who make regulated o...

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Crowd Sourced Funding: How Does Australia’s New Regime Compare?

Australia is the latest in a host of countries to introduce a scheme for crowd sourced equ...

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New Zealand’s Regulator Expands Licensing Requirements to Capture Short Term Derivatives

The increase in demand for financial services entities seeking to be registered on the New...

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Binary Options and CFDs Firms Must Now Apply for New Zealand Licence

International brokers looking to establish a presence in the Asia-Pacific region are now f...

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New Zealand’s FSPR Alters Register Requirements

The FSPR has changed a series of questions and components of its registration process. ...

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Crowdfunding – The New Requirement from the New Zealand Regulator

NZ's FMA has implemented a new license to regulate crowdfunding businesses. In recent y...

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Tightening Laws around New Zealand Financial Services Providers Register

The changes are likely to make the already lengthy process of registration considerably mo...

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New Zealand Financial Services Providers Register

Recently we have seen an increasing number of entities looking to be listed on the New Zea...

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