Regulation

12th Mar 18, 3:58pm
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Auckland Council's economists say the early signs are the new Urban Plan is encouraging much more brownfield development that is infrastructure-efficient
Auckland Council's economists say the early signs are the new Urban Plan is encouraging much more brownfield development that is infrastructure-efficient
12th Mar 18, 3:58pm
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1st Mar 18, 2:33pm
RBNZ Deputy Governor Geoff Bascand says CBL Insurance paid $55 mln to overseas companies 'in the context of significant doubts about CBL Insurance's solvency'
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RBNZ Deputy Governor Geoff Bascand says CBL Insurance paid $55 mln to overseas companies 'in the context of significant doubts about CBL Insurance's solvency'
1st Mar 18, 2:33pm
25th Jan 18, 5:02am
How fintechs are paving the way for better competition in the payments space - with or without the support of banks or the Government
How fintechs are paving the way for better competition in the payments space - with or without the support of banks or the Government
25th Jan 18, 5:02am
24th Jan 18, 5:02am
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Auckland Council's economists argue that evidence from across NZ supports the conclusion that land use regulation is unlikely to be the main culprit for house price rises
Auckland Council's economists argue that evidence from across NZ supports the conclusion that land use regulation is unlikely to be the main culprit for house price rises
24th Jan 18, 5:02am
27th Nov 17, 2:24pm
Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi on how to get New Zealand up to speed on open banking, what the Aussies are doing, and the feasibility of digital identities
Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi on how to get New Zealand up to speed on open banking, what the Aussies are doing, and the feasibility of digital identities
27th Nov 17, 2:24pm
23rd Nov 17, 5:02am
RBNZ considers feasibility of issuing a digital currency, but isn't keen to regulate crypto-currencies; Says it doesn't see crypto as a threat to financial stability or traditional financial institutions - for now
RBNZ considers feasibility of issuing a digital currency, but isn't keen to regulate crypto-currencies; Says it doesn't see crypto as a threat to financial stability or traditional financial institutions - for now
23rd Nov 17, 5:02am
21st Nov 17, 11:53am
The NZ Initiative's Amy Thomasson & Sam Warburton probe a key area of spending and oversight within New Zealand's transport authorities
The NZ Initiative's Amy Thomasson & Sam Warburton probe a key area of spending and oversight within New Zealand's transport authorities
21st Nov 17, 11:53am
28th Aug 17, 9:07am
Auckland University Professor Alex Sims on why the Government needs to get up with the play and start regulating cryptocurrencies 
Auckland University Professor Alex Sims on why the Government needs to get up with the play and start regulating cryptocurrencies 
28th Aug 17, 9:07am
17th Aug 17, 12:52pm
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The NZ Initiative's Amy Thomasson says good governance spawns good regulators
The NZ Initiative's Amy Thomasson says good governance spawns good regulators
17th Aug 17, 12:52pm
11th Aug 17, 9:32am
Consumer credit contract providers celebrate successfully lobbying the Government to exempt them from new financial advice regulation 
Consumer credit contract providers celebrate successfully lobbying the Government to exempt them from new financial advice regulation 
11th Aug 17, 9:32am
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3rd Aug 17, 12:03pm
Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister ready to introduce to Parliament new legislation regulating financial advice
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Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister ready to introduce to Parliament new legislation regulating financial advice
3rd Aug 17, 12:03pm
31st May 17, 1:53pm
RBNZ notes insurers are lowering their solvency margins, with some leaning more heavily on their shareholders in times of crisis
RBNZ notes insurers are lowering their solvency margins, with some leaning more heavily on their shareholders in times of crisis
31st May 17, 1:53pm
27th May 17, 9:52am
Election 2017 - Party Policies - Economy - Regulation
Election 2017 - Party Policies - Economy - Regulation
27th May 17, 9:52am
12th May 17, 11:14am
Founder of the world's second largest digital currency urges regulators to get banks to stop blanket de-risking; RBNZ ‘generally comfortable’ with banks’ approaches to cryptocurrency
Founder of the world's second largest digital currency urges regulators to get banks to stop blanket de-risking; RBNZ ‘generally comfortable’ with banks’ approaches to cryptocurrency
12th May 17, 11:14am
10th May 17, 10:12am
IMF calls for FMA to immediately fill cracks in the system so 'all aspects of the insurance product life cycle' are regulated
IMF calls for FMA to immediately fill cracks in the system so 'all aspects of the insurance product life cycle' are regulated
10th May 17, 10:12am
8th Mar 17, 7:38am
FMA criticised for compromising quality by trying to increase the quantity of KiwiSaver advice on offer
FMA criticised for compromising quality by trying to increase the quantity of KiwiSaver advice on offer
8th Mar 17, 7:38am
5th Mar 17, 8:12pm
'Measured' approach proposed for closing multinationals' tax loopholes seen as too tough by big business consultant and too weak by retail lobby group
'Measured' approach proposed for closing multinationals' tax loopholes seen as too tough by big business consultant and too weak by retail lobby group
5th Mar 17, 8:12pm
23rd Feb 17, 11:05am
Shifting NZ's anti-money laundering focus to an outcomes oriented one and away from a box ticking approach would boost ability to detect, prosecute & prevent serious crime, expert says
Shifting NZ's anti-money laundering focus to an outcomes oriented one and away from a box ticking approach would boost ability to detect, prosecute & prevent serious crime, expert says
23rd Feb 17, 11:05am
20th Feb 17, 4:12pm
Financial advisers' disclosure requirements to be dealt with by regulation not legislation; Govt seeks to remain flexible on the matter
Financial advisers' disclosure requirements to be dealt with by regulation not legislation; Govt seeks to remain flexible on the matter
20th Feb 17, 4:12pm
20th Feb 17, 9:35am
NZ Initiative’s Jason Krupp says low interest rates and high population growth are not to blame for spiralling house prices - try red tape
NZ Initiative’s Jason Krupp says low interest rates and high population growth are not to blame for spiralling house prices - try red tape
20th Feb 17, 9:35am

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