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By Rachel Dunne, Geof Shirtcliffe, Roger Wallis
According to Chapman Tripp, a more vibrant equity capital markets may be on the horizon for New Zealand, but not this year.
By Marie Wisker, Geoff Carter
The legislation is not currently available, but Labour's proposed changes should not cause most businesses much concern.
By Roger Wallis, Geof Shirtcliffe, Josh Blackmore, Rachel Dunne, Fiona Bennett, Alister McDonald
FBU was found not in breach of its continuous disclosure obligations in the management of previous earnings downgrades.
By Rachel Dunne, Roger Wallis, Geof Shirtcliffe, Josh Blackmore, Alister McDonald, Fiona Bennett
There will be a further opportunity for reform feedback when NZX releases an exposure draft of the proposed new rules.
By Rachel Dunne
NZ equity capital markets trends display a shrinking NZX Main Board, but booming levels of secondary capital raisings.
By Penny Sheerin, Tim Williams, Bradley Kidd, Mike Woodbury, Brendon Orr, Sanna Boow, Phoebe Gibbons, Emma Harding, Asha Trotter
New guidelines for reporting entities under the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism regime.
By Josh Blackmore, Bradley Kidd, Daniel Kalderimis, Justin Graham, Geoff Carter
Bribing a public official is an offence, even if there is no specific intent to influence the official's decision-making.
By Andy Nicholls, Frank McLaughlin, Matthew Yarnell
The projections are tight, and will require a large amount of fiscal discipline and a benign economic climate to succeed.
By Daniel Kalderimis, Tracey Epps, Frank McLaughlin, Kate Yesberg
If CPTPP comes into force, exporters should consider planning to ensure the smooth operation of all global supply chains.
By Ross Pennington
Chapman Tripp won NZ Law Firm of the Year for the second year in a row - awarded from extensive polling and market feedback.
By Michael Arthur, Michael Harper, Daniel Kalderimis, Hamish Foote
Law Commission is asking whether reform is needed to achieve a fairer balance between the rights of creditors vs partners.
By Michael Arthur, Michael Harper, Natan Karon, Hamish Foote
Liquidators cannot examine directors to obtain private financial information to judge their worth as prospective defendants.
By Daniel Kalderimis
NZ courts must now apply the law of the jurisdiction in which the events constituting the tort occurred (with some exceptions).
By Tim Tubman, Bill Sandston, Simon Peart
The rules for overseas investing into rural land and forest land have been tightened, and further changes are expected.
By Tim Williams, Penny Sheerin, Bradley Kidd
New exemptions in NZ permit digitalised financial advice to retail clients under certain conditions.
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