Page updated 23 Sep 2015
Apart from the many entities where the Treasury is responsible both for board appointment and the monitoring function, there are some boards and bodies where the Treasury undertakes only the appointment function, while other parts of Treasury provide either the monitoring function or secretariat support.
New Zealand Productivity Commission
The NZ Productivity Commission, an independent Crown entity (ICE), is intended to be a source of independent advice on productivity-related matters.
Crown Forestry Rental Trust
The Crown Forestry Rental Trust works to expedite the settlement of Māori claims against the Crown, which involves, or could involve, Crown forest licensed lands. The trust operates within the framework of a Trust Deed, with funds coming from annual rental fees for licences to use certain Crown forest licensed lands.
Government Superannuation Appeals Board
This is an independent entity that hears appeals on decisions made by or on behalf of the Government Superannuation Fund Authority on the issues arising out of the seven schemes it is responsible for.
National Infrastructure Advisory Board
The National Infrastructure Advisory Board has been established to advise the National Infrastructure Unit and the Minister for Infrastructure on infrastructure project appraisal, capital asset management issues and the development of the National Infrastructure Plan. A key role for the board is to engage with the private sector, local government and other stakeholders.
Nominating Committee for the Guardians of NZ Superannuation Fund
The Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation is a Crown Entity established by the New Zealand Superannuation Act 2001 to manage and administer the New Zealand Superannuation Fund.
The Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation has a separate governing board whose members are appointed by the Governor-General on the recommendation of the Minister of Finance. An independent nominating committee makes nominations to the Minister who then consults with representatives of other political parties in Parliament before the decision is made.
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand is New Zealand's central bank. The bank manages monetary policy to maintain price stability, promotes the maintenance of a sound and efficient financial system and supplies New Zealand bank notes and coins.
To see the list of entities where the Treasury undertakes both the monitoring and appointments functions refer to Portfolio of entities.