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Addressing the Blind Spots: Raising Conduct Risk Maturity in New Zealand

Addressing the Blind Spots: Raising Conduct Risk Maturity in New Zealand

by Clare Bolingford

Director of Banking & Insurance, New Zealand Financial Markets Authority (FMA)


New Zealand banking regulation has been focused largely on prudential standards and has lagged other jurisdictions on conduct legislation, until now. For instance, the main focus of the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 (FMCA) was on the effective operation of capital markets and on investment-related activity. The FMCA was recently amended to introduce a modernised financial advice regime, and further amendments are passing through Parliament to establish a conduct regime ... (cont)

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