FMA's Elaine Campbell says regulator will watch closely to see if P2P 'promotional' regulatory settings remain appropriate as sector gets up and running in NZ

FMA's Elaine Campbell says regulator will watch closely to see if P2P 'promotional' regulatory settings remain appropriate as sector gets up and running in NZ

By Gareth Vaughan

As peer-to-peer lending kicks-off, the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) will monitor the sector's regulatory settings to see whether any changes are needed over time.

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