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Agencies we monitor

The Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment monitors several agencies involved in financial issues in New Zealand, on behalf of the Minister of Commerce.

Financial Markets Authority

Established on 1 May 2011, the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) is the new consolidated market conduct regulator for New Zealand's financial markets.

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Company takeovers

Introduction to laws about company takeovers, and the Takeovers Code.

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External Reporting Board

The External Reporting Board (XRB) is an independent Crown entity responsible for the development and issuing of accounting and auditing and assurances standards in New Zealand.

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Commission for Financial Literacy

The Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment has policy responsibility for fostering financial literacy in New Zealand and monitors the Commission for Financial Literacy and Retirement Income on behalf of the Minister of Commerce.

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Last updated 11 March 2013