Chapman Tripp supports exemption to enable dual-language product disclosure statements

Chapman Tripp has submitted comments on the Financial Markets Authority’s (FMA) consultation paper, which outlines that the FMA is considering using its exemption powers to enable issuers to provide dual-language (Te Reo Māori and English) product disclosure statements.

We broadly support the FMA providing an exemption. Our submission can be viewed here.

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