Have your say on what can be done to revive NZ's capital markets

Jenny Ruth
Thu, 09 May 2019

By Jenny Ruth May 9 (BusinessDesk) - Is it all the fault of journalists focusing only on poorly performing listed companies, or is it just that New Zealanders highly value their privacy and anonymity? Or is it just that NZX’s listing rules and its continuous disclosure requirements are too onerous? The steering committee charged with trying to revive equity listings, called Capital Markets 2029, is calling for submissions on what measures could be taken to make capital markets more vibrant and to create a broader capital market ecosyst...

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