New Zealand: Financial Markets Authority Powers - Radio New Zealand Interview
Last Updated: 22 September 2010
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Roger Wallis, a partner at Chapman Tripp, warns new powers allowing the Financial Markets Authority to prosecute company directors and other market participants, may not be in investors' best interests. The Financial Markets Authority Bill has been tabled in Parliament.

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