The purpose of this article is to test whether the current state of the industry has primarily resulted from a collective failure to fairly allocate risk, or whether other factors are also culpable to a greater or lesser degree.
On 25 September the Government announced wide-ranging legislative reforms to govern the conduct of financial institutions.
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment recently announced its policy decisions regarding changes to the law on unfair commercial practices.
In July the Information Commissioner's Office released its report into real-time bidding and ad technologies.
The Government announced on 24 July that it has launched a comprehensive overhaul of the Resource Management Act (RMA) by setting up a review panel to conduct a wide-ranging review of the entire resource management system.
A bill to modernise New Zealand’s privacy laws has finally concluded a protracted second reading and is now all but sure to be voted through to the final stage and pass into law without any major hurdles.
On 1 August the Reserve Bank of New Zealand released an exposure draft of the Financial Market Infrastructures Bill.
The Financial Markets (Derivatives Margin and Benchmarking) Reform Amendment Bill has proceeded through its remaining stages and received its third reading on 27 August.
This article focuses on fair risk allocation in the New Zealand construction industry.
Yesterday the steering committee of Capital Markets 2029 released its final report. The review had been initiated earlier this year by NZX and the Financial Markets Authority – with the objective of delivering a ten-year vision and growth agenda for the sector.