Briefly

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Briefly is an occasional publication tracking political and regulatory developments.

In this issue we look at:

  • Government proposals to improve business-to-business lending practices
  • a successful Commerce Commission prosecution providing clarity around the unsubstantiated representation provisions in the Fair Trading Act
  • a promise from Kris Faafoi that there are calmer regulatory waters ahead for the finance sector
  • Reserve Bank of New Zealand research quantifying the risk posed by cyber sabotage to the insurance and banking sectors, and
  • a COVID-19 business protection checklist.

Previous issues:

Briefly – January 2020

Briefly – October 2019

Briefly – September 2019

Briefly – July 2019

Briefly – June 2019

Briefly – April 2019

Briefly – March Quarter 2019

Briefly – March 2019

Briefly – December - January 2019

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