The long-awaited FMC Regulations complete one of the most significant changes to financial dealings in New Zealand. This recorded webinar provides an essential update on the new Regulations and useful guidance on how to apply them in respect of the various financial product categories. This is a time-effective way to gain an understanding of this complex area.
- Understand the consequences of choosing to adopt the FMCA regime early.
- Gain practical insights into the relationship between Product Disclosure Statements (PDS) and the Offer Register and – what information should be included and how to keep it current.
- Develop a better understanding of how to design efficient and effective due diligence processes.
- Learn about the new licensing requirements.
- Be updated on what to expect during the transition period and the exemptions that will apply.
Who should view?
Commercial lawyers with some knowledge of the FMC Act, bankers and their in-house counsel, fund managers, corporate trustees and investors.
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Partner, Minter Ellison Rudd Watts
Lloyd leads Minter Ellison Rudd Watts’ managed and investment funds group. He has extensive experience in a wide range of investment products including unit trusts, equity and debt offerings, KiwiSaver and superannuation schemes, and securities and company law advice. Lloyd is a previous member of the New Zealand Securities Commission, and an internationally recognised expert in banking and financial services practice and regulatory compliance.
Lloyd was made a Fellow of INFINZ in 2013 in recognition of his work on financial markets law reform.
Partner, Chapman Tripp
Ross is a leading capital markets, banking and structured finance lawyer. He has helped develop new markets, including the Kauri Bond market, and advises a range of local and international issuers and arrangers. He also advises on derivatives transactions and documentation.
Ross is named as a leading lawyer in legal directories IFLR1000 2014 and Chambers Asia Pacific 2014 and is listed in the International Who’s Who of Capital Markets Lawyers. He is also recognised in the Best Lawyers in New Zealand directory for Banking Law, Leveraged Buyouts and Structured Finance Law. In 2013, he was awarded a Fellowship by the Institute of Finance Professionals New Zealand (INFINZ).