Regulation

2 Feb 17, 7:00am
Whistleblowing, fees, incentives and disclosure; the FMA tackles the tough stuff as it details its approach to regulating financial service providers
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15 Jan 17, 9:58am
With technology generating products at unbeatably low costs, and the gains accruing to very few, oddly voters are attracted political slogans suspicious of regulation. The status quo is getting dangerous
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22 Dec 16, 8:06am
IMF and FSB warn anti-money laundering rules need tweaking so the Pacific Islands aren't shut out of the global banking system and the integrity of the world's financial system isn't put at risk
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14 Dec 16, 7:50am
Goldsmith takes pity on banks for having to invest $1 million on IT upgrades needed to disclose KiwiSaver members' fees in dollar terms
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20 Oct 16, 10:08am
MBIE issues paper suggests 'regulatory intervention' needed to fix retail payment systems market inefficiencies, reduce prices & open barriers to entry
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6 Oct 16, 4:16pm
FMA boss Rob Everett confident KiwiSaver providers will drop fees more aggressively once a new law requiring these be disclosed in dollar terms is passed
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21 Sep 16, 5:01am
Banks, accountants' lobby groups push for new Australian-style single anti-money laundering regulator
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12 Sep 16, 5:38pm
Do we need more direct regulation to solve our housing woes - or less? Has past regulation contained the issue, or accentuated the problems? Your view?
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12 Sep 16, 10:00am
Central government’s bid to corporatise council assets raises more questions than it answers, writes NZ Initiative's Jason Krupp
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11 Jul 16, 12:02pm
Lawyers warn our regulators are upping the ante in their fight against money launderers and terrorists, as a big review of our AML/CFT regime looms and the issue gets more media scrutiny
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29 Jun 16, 8:49am
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy urges small business owners to make use of a suggestion box in the TPPA's SME chapter
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21 Jun 16, 11:30am
What the government does not need to know about you if you're a non-resident trying to set up a NZ foreign trust or company
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5 May 16, 3:27pm
EY's Rebecca Sellers and Ken Wallace outline the risks and requirements NZ companies with European customers face under the EU's new stringent data privacy regime
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20 Apr 16, 1:06pm
UN whistle-blower and WorldRemit CEO warns banks' refusal to do business with money remitters is driving them underground, heightening the laundering risks they pose
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12 Apr 16, 3:29pm
RBNZ to review the way it regulates insurers following a raft of changes within the industry since the RBNZ started overseeing it in 2010
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17 Feb 16, 12:02pm
IAG wants government regulations to catch up with share economy to enable hybrid insurance
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15 Dec 15, 12:45pm
Jenée Tibshraeny questions whether the Government's proposal to level the regulatory playing field in the transport sector, by easing up on taxis and cracking down on Uber, will improve the quality of service
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23 Nov 15, 5:05am
NZ's 'Trowbridge Report' sets out case for more consumer-centric approach in life insurance sector with crackdown on commissions
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12 Nov 15, 5:02am
Minister Paul Goldsmith admits he doesn't like the idea of the Govt directly regulating how insurers incentivise advisers to sell their products; says he'd rather a better 'disclosure regime'
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26 Oct 15, 7:10am
Geoff Simmons says regulation is important, but unless it is nimble and well managed it can become a bigger problem than whatever it was intended to solve
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