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Company directors cannot veto DoCA - High Court
This decision confirms that a DoCA approved by creditors cannot be stymied by unwilling directors or a board's consent.
New Zealand
1 Feb 2019
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Code of Conduct for insolvency practitioners from 1 July 2018
The Code of Conduct is an innovation for the insolvency industry and should help to improve standards and integrity.
New Zealand
28 Apr 2018
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Liquidation meetings – does a secured creditor lose its security by voting?
Liquidation meetings are for unsecured creditors. A secured creditor has no vote, except in respect of debt that is unsecured.
New Zealand
8 Mar 2015
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How much freedom of manoeuvre do receivers have?
Although receivers are allowed discretion in the exercise of their duties, they are subject to oversight by the courts.
New Zealand
21 Jun 2013
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Temporary Aussie exemption from financial advisers regime
Discusses which Australian-regulated financial advisers will be exempt from the new financial services regulatory regime in NZ.
New Zealand
25 Jul 2011
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FMA sinks teeth into Whimp
Bernard Whimp has provided the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) with an easy first scalp in Financial Markets Authority v Carrington Securities LP1 and in the exercise of its new powers to deal with predatory low ball offers.
New Zealand
17 May 2011
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Chapman Tripp submissions on FMA Bill
Chapman Tripp has lodged two submissions on the Financial Markets (Regulators and KiwiSaver) Bill – one on the financial markets aspects and the other on the KiwiSaver changes.
New Zealand
19 Nov 2010
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The Financial Markets Authority Bill - the Shape of Things to Come
The sweep of powers proposed for the new Super Regulator – the Financial Markets Authority - is spelt out in the Financial Markets (Regulators and KiwiSaver) Bill introduced to Parliament during last week. The Bill reflects key policy decisions on the shape of the FMA, with a few surprises.
New Zealand
20 Sep 2010
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