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NZ Financial Markets Authority Videos

The Financial Markets Authority (FMA) is responsible for ensuring public confidence in our financial markets and supporting the growth of New Zealand’s capital base through effective regulation.

They were established in 2011 as an Independent Crown Entity. In 2014 they began working under a much wider mandate with the introduction of the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 (FMC Act). They now have an extended range of regulatory tools available to achieve better outcomes for investors, financial markets professionals and businesses.

In delivering their current regulatory objectives, they have seven strategic priority areas including governance and culture; conflicted conduct; capital market growth and integrity; sales and advice; investor decision making; effective frontline regulators; and FMA effectiveness and efficiency. You can find out more about these priority areas in their full Strategic Risk Outlook.

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The NZ Financial Markets Authority (FMA) sometimes uses videos to share information. If you can't see them below visit the NZFMA YouTube channel


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