Podcast: Capital Markets 2029 series

Chapman Tripp has released its Capital Markets 2029 podcast series with Chair Martin Stearne, Chapman Tripp Partner Rachel Dunne, EY Partner Andrew Taylor and NZX General Counsel Hamish Macdonald.

Capital Markets 2029 is an industry-led group, sponsored by the NZX and FMA. On 9 September, it released its much anticipated report that takes a 10-year view and identifies steps that can be taken by industry participants, regulators and the government to strengthen New Zealand’s capital markets. You can read more on the report here in our commentary on the importance of capital markets and the key recommendations.

Podcast one: How the report came together

In this podcast, Chair Martin Stearne speaks with group member and EY Partner Andrew Taylor. They dive into the vital role our capital markets play in supporting the growth and productivity of New Zealand and the importance of capital formation within New Zealand.

Podcast two: What’s happening in New Zealand public markets

In this podcast, Chair Martin Stearne speaks with group member and Chapman Tripp Partner Rachel Dunne on what’s happening in the New Zealand public markets, and some of the key recommendations designed to encourage more companies to list and stay listed.

Podcast three: What does this mean for KiwiSaver and retail investors?

In this podcast, Chair Martin Stearne discusses KiwiSaver and retail investors with group member and Chapman Tripp Partner Rachel Dunne.

Podcast four: What does the future hold?

In the final podcast, Chair Martin Stearne speaks with NZX General Counsel Hamish Macdonald about what has happened since the release of the report and what is to be expected.

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