Mondaq All Regions - New Zealand: Corporate/Commercial Law
Cavell Leitch
Difficult requirements and significant FMCA penalties can discourage organisations from planning a public capital raise.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The Act does not change the substance of existing law, but signals an intention to revise and modernise NZ legislation.
Chapman Tripp
The governance code comparison table has been updated to reflect the recent rewrite of the NZX Corporate Governance Code.
Chapman Tripp
Trust law is hard to get right because of the need for flexibility.
Duncan Cotterill
The Act comes into force on 1 September 2017, with an increasing shift towards user-friendly and modernised legislation.
Chapman Tripp
The new regulations will reduce the need for listed companies to distribute notices in relation to their annual reports.
Chapman Tripp
Listed companies in New Zealand should consider improving the timeliness and focus of their annual shareholder meetings.
Chapman Tripp
The NZ Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) has sought feedback on whether a DIN should be introduced.
Chapman Tripp
A personalised DIN could be useful, as long as directors can choose not to have their residential address made public.
Chapman Tripp
The effect of these cases underscores the importance of ensuring that contracts accurately reflect allocation of risk.
Chapman Tripp
This report includes details such as statistics on board composition, size, frequency of meetings and length of service.
Duncan Cotterill
We discuss some of the risks and challenges posed by smart contracts, blockchain and DLT.
Chapman Tripp
Well-governed and managed NZ companies will flourish despite proactive regulatory scrutiny and intervention in 2017.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The Supreme Court confirmed its role in supervising trustee decisions to not disclose information to beneficiaries.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
This Bill signals the NZ government's intention to modernise the legislation as part of its statute revision programme.
Chapman Tripp
M&A volumes are holding up despite an unexpected period of geopolitical and economic volatility.
Chapman Tripp
There has been a tremendous amount of capital raised by investors both domestically and offshore that needs to find a home.
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.
Most Popular Recent Articles
Chapman Tripp
The governance code comparison table has been updated to reflect the recent rewrite of the NZX Corporate Governance Code.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The Act does not change the substance of existing law, but signals an intention to revise and modernise NZ legislation.
Cavell Leitch
Difficult requirements and significant FMCA penalties can discourage organisations from planning a public capital raise.
Duncan Cotterill
The Act comes into force on 1 September 2017, with an increasing shift towards user-friendly and modernised legislation.
Chapman Tripp
Trust law is hard to get right because of the need for flexibility.
Chapman Tripp
The new regulations will reduce the need for listed companies to distribute notices in relation to their annual reports.
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
We discuss some of the risks and challenges posed by smart contracts, blockchain and DLT.
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 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.
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.
Article Search Using Filters
Related Topics
Popular Authors
Popular Contributors
Up-coming Events Search
Tools
Font Size:
Translation
Channels
Mondaq on Twitter