New Zealand Financial Markets Authority

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New Zealand Financial Markets Authority, the English name Financial Markets Authority, referred to as the "FMA". In the financial market supervision architecture in New Zealand, there is a "Twin Peaks", that is, two major regulatory agencies. A New Zealand Financial Markets Authority (FMA); the other is the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ). Among them, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) have power, banking supervision prudential regulation (including finance companies and credit unions). While the New Zealand Financial Markets Authority (FMA) supervises the securities industry, financial reporting and company law, of course, he will also supervise the financial services and securities markets. Meanwhile, the New Zealand Financial Markets Authority (FMA) also oversees securities trading, financial advisers and brokers, trustees and issuers, including issuers KiwiSaver and pension plans. New Zealand Financial Markets Authority (FMA) is not a function of guiding investors capital investment and reduce investment risks for investors. Any regulators can not prevent all loss of investors. However, the New Zealand Financial Markets Authority (FMA) can promote investment market becomes more equitable, efficient and transparent.

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