Financial Markets Authority

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The Financial Markets Authority is the New Zealand government agency responsible for financial regulation. It is responsible for regulating all financial market participants, exchanges and the setting and enforcing of financial regulations.
Financial Markets Authority
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The Financial Markets Authority is the New Zealand government agency responsible for financial regulation. It is responsible for regulating all financial market participants, exchanges and the setting and enforcing of financial regulations.
Financial Markets Authority
Financial Markets Authority
The Financial Markets Authority is the New Zealand government agency responsible for financial regulation. It is responsible for regulating all financial market participants, exchanges and the setting and enforcing of financial regulations.

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The Financial Markets Authority, which regulates market conduct, was also informed of the process.

It's worth noting here that the Deloitte report was completed before the RBNZ and Financial Markets Authority (FMA) review of banks' conduct and culture got underway.

Neither could BNZ say whether it has raised the matter with the Financial Markets Authority and Reserve Bank joint inquiry into banks because material provided "is subject to a confidentiality order."

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See also: