FMA boss says corporate governance in NZ could be better

Thu, 11 Dec 2014

By Fiona Rotherham Dec. 11 (BusinessDesk) -  Financial Markets Authority chief executive Rob Everett says New Zealand company directors “can do better” at their corporate governance practice.  Governance and culture are one of seven priorities the market regulator has identified in its first medium-term risk outlook, published today. The seven priorities follow a wide-ranging analysis of the sectors by the FMA regulators to identify the areas most likely to cause concern and most deserve focus in its regulatory efforts in the next two to...

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