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Wynn Williams Lawyers
This Bill signals the NZ government's intention to modernise the legislation as part of its statute revision programme.
Chapman Tripp
There has been a tremendous amount of capital raised by investors both domestically and offshore that needs to find a home.
Chapman Tripp
M&A volumes are holding up despite an unexpected period of geopolitical and economic volatility.
Withers LLP
The New Zealand Parliament has passed a Bill which, following royal assent, will meaningfully increase disclosure obligations for NZ resident trustees of NZ foreign trusts.
Gryphon Management Consultants
Organisational leadership should be three-dimensional - there are three teams that make up the trinity of leadership.
Gryphon Management Consultants
This is a review of a number of recent cases involving corporates caught in what may be described as corrupt behaviour.
Chapman Tripp
The Ministry of Justice has sought feedback on a draft Trusts Bill, as part of a move to update the law for NZ trusts.
Gryphon Management Consultants
The culture and behavioural governance of the board and executive may often be at the nexus of organisational failure.
TMF Group
The new disclosure requirements for New Zealand (NZ) foreign trusts will come into effect on 30 June 2017 for existing foreign trusts.
Duncan Cotterill
The new Trusts legislation merely aims to restate the existing law, while providing clarity and updating the language.
Cavell Leitch
This draft Trusts Bill is intended to replace the Trustee Act 1956 which is 60 years old and in need of modernisation.
Duncan Cotterill
Issues for earthquake-affected businesses include insurance, physical damage to properties and employment issues.
Duncan Cotterill
The article provides guidance for directors assisting owners, managers and shareholders with succession planning in SMEs.
Duncan Cotterill
The 7-Eleven case in Australia made international headlines in relation to the exploitation of workers by franchisees.
Duncan Cotterill
Retailers must be wary of representations made in New Zealand about products, and must meet all standards required.
Duncan Cotterill
Online marketplaces or auction sites, such as Ebay and Trade Me, see millions of transactions every year.
Chapman Tripp
The G3 offer is not technically an equity crowdfunding offer as it does not rely on the equity crowdfunding regulations.
Chapman Tripp
Directors must maintain a subsidiary's independence to protect the parent against liability for the subsidiary's debts.
Cavell Leitch
Easter Sunday may become a regular trading day for New Zealand shops and businesses depending on the outcome of the Bill.
Chapman Tripp
Residency test is broader and encompasses factors such as ties to New Zealand and the regularity of times spent there.
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Gryphon Management Consultants
This is a review of a number of recent cases involving corporates caught in what may be described as corrupt behaviour.
Gryphon Management Consultants
Organisational leadership should be three-dimensional - there are three teams that make up the trinity of leadership.
Gryphon Management Consultants
The culture and behavioural governance of the board and executive may often be at the nexus of organisational failure.
Chapman Tripp
The directors did not need to consider the creditors' interests when determining the fairness of their own remuneration.
TMF Group
The new disclosure requirements for New Zealand (NZ) foreign trusts will come into effect on 30 June 2017 for existing foreign trusts.
Chapman Tripp
The Ministry of Justice has sought feedback on a draft Trusts Bill, as part of a move to update the law for NZ trusts.
Chapman Tripp
Even if a director is found in breach of duty, a Court will still address factors of causation, culpability and fairness.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Trustees must not, with very limited exceptions, place themselves in a position in which duty and interest conflict.
Duncan Cotterill
Directors and boards should be actively turning their minds to the implications of this decision to pool the companies.
Duncan Cotterill
Retailers must be wary of representations made in New Zealand about products, and must meet all standards required.
Chapman Tripp
2016 looks set to continue a theme of strong M&A, and this publication explores trends and issues in the NZ M&A market.
Duncan Cotterill
The 7-Eleven case in Australia made international headlines in relation to the exploitation of workers by franchisees.
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