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Overseas Investment Act – finally, the review we need to have426517/04/2019 12:00:00 p.m.The Treasury-produced consultation document for the reform of the Overseas Investment Act holds out a prospect of genuine and well-directed change. 20/04/2019 11:58:32 p.m.The Treasury-produced consultation document for the reform of the Overseas Investment Act holds out a prospect of genuine and well-directed change The analysis of what is wrong 260htmlFalseaspx
Tax working group report dumped110016/04/2019 12:00:00 p.m.The Government will not proceed with a Capital Gains Tax, not even on rental housing. Instead it will focus on measures targeting land bankers and speculators.20/04/2019 11:58:32 p.m.The Government will not proceed with a Capital Gains Tax (CGT), not even on rental housing Instead it will focus on measures targeting land bankers and speculators 210htmlFalseaspx
A more competitive debt market443716/04/2019 12:00:00 p.m.As little as ten years ago, most of New Zealand’s large corporates and institutions would have got most of their debt funding from the four Australian-owned banks.20/04/2019 11:58:32 p.m.As little as ten years ago, most of New Zealand’s large corporates and institutions would have got most of their debt funding from the four Australian-owned banks 655htmlFalseaspx
New Zealand Corporate Governance – trends and insights 2019444116/04/2019 12:00:00 p.m.Chapman Tripp's annual Corporate Governance – trends and insights publication, asks whether the "shareholder primacy" model, which has prevailed in New Zealand and in like jurisdictions for decades, may now be under serious challenge.20/04/2019 11:58:32 p.m.Chapman Tripp's annual Corporate Governance – trends and insights publication, asks whether the "shareholder primacy" model, which has prevailed in New Zealand and in like 422htmlFalseaspx
Consultation begins on overseas investment reform443515/04/2019 12:00:00 p.m.Treasury today released a 121 page consultation document to invite feedback on the Government’s second phase review the Overseas Investment Act.20/04/2019 11:58:32 p.m.Treasury today released a 121 page consultation document to invite feedback on the Government's second phase review the Overseas Investment Act One anomaly that Chapman Tripp has 144htmlFalseaspx
Supreme Court shines light on defamation grey zone443311/04/2019 12:00:00 p.m.​The litigation between Colin Craig and Jordan Williams has tested many aspects of defamation law. 20/04/2019 11:58:32 p.m.The litigation between Colin Craig and Jordan Williams has tested many aspects of defamation law The decision last week by the Supreme Court provides useful guidance on the defence 426htmlFalseaspx
Ground Cover435210/04/2019 12:00:00 p.m.Ground Cover is a quarterly publication tracking legislative and regulatory reform in resource management, local government, planning and construction law. 20/04/2019 11:58:32 p.m.Ground Cover is a quarterly publication tracking legislative and regulatory reform in resource management, local government, planning and construction law In this issue we look at 370htmlFalseaspx
Credit Contracts Legislation Amendment Bill – good intentions and unintended consequences443010/04/2019 12:00:00 p.m.​The Credit Contracts Legislation Amendment Bill aims to protect vulnerable consumers from harm arising from problem debt. But the headline grabbing caps on borrowing costs are only a small part of what is proposed.20/04/2019 11:58:32 p.m.The Credit Contracts Legislation Amendment Bill (Bill) aims to protect vulnerable consumers from harm arising from problem debt But the headline grabbing caps on borrowing costs 869htmlFalseaspx
Insider trading 101: how not to do it44288/04/2019 12:00:00 p.m.The Financial Markets Authority has achieved a successful outcome against Mark Talbot in what was a straightforward insider trading case, but its decision to settle rather than prosecute was a line call deserving of some scrutiny.20/04/2019 11:58:32 p.m.The Financial Markets Authority (FMA) has achieved a successful outcome against Mark Talbot in what was a straightforward insider trading case, but its decision to settle rather 670htmlFalseaspx
NZX Regulation confirms approach to rotation of Managing Directors44254/04/2019 11:00:00 a.m.NZX Regulation has confirmed that it will not take any further action against issuers who breached the 2017 Listing Rules because of a “prevailing misinterpretation” in relation to rotation requirements for Managing Directors – since clarified in the 2019 Listing Rules update. This update follows a case study released by NZX Regulation on this topic in October 2018, highlighting a New Zealand Markets Disciplinary Tribunal determination that a listed issuer had breached these rules. 20/04/2019 11:58:32 p.m.NZX Regulation has confirmed that it will not take any further action against issuers who breached the 2017 Listing Rules because of a “prevailing misinterpretation” in relation 333htmlFalseaspx