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Consultation 1 of Phase 2 of the Reserve Bank Act Review - Proactive Release

Issue date: 
Tuesday, 12 June 2018
Status: 
Current
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In the interests of transparency and in order to help inform public debate, additional documents relating to both phases of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand Act Review are being released.

The documents relating to Phase 2 first round of the consultation are linked below. The First round of consultation document can be found at Public Consultation - first round (Reserve Bank Act Review).

The proactively released documents relating to Phase 1 can be found at Phase 1 of the Reserve Bank Act Review - Proactive Release.

Proactive Release of documents relating to the first round of consultation for Phase 2

The consultation focused on five key issues: Objectives, Regulatory Perimeter, Depositor Protection, Separation, and Governance of the Reserve Bank.

Proactively released documents relating to the first consultation include:

Key Documents: Consultation 1 of Phase 2

Key documents and advice to the Minister of Finance from officials and the Independent Expert Advisory Panel that supported the Government in the first consultation.

Key Documents: Consultation 1 of Phase 2
DateCreatorTitle
04-03-2019 The Treasury; The Treasury
05-07-2018 The Treasury; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; The Treasury
02-07-2018 The Treasury; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; The Treasury
17-09-2018 The Treasury; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; The Treasury
17-10-2018 The Treasury; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; The Treasury

Panel Papers: Consultation 1 of Phase 2

Papers prepared by the Reserve Bank and the Treasury including background material from other sources that were considered by the Independent Expert Advisory Panel (the Panel) at their fifth meeting on 3 and 4 March 2018.

These documents may differ to the consultation document in places as they reflect earlier thinking by the Review team, which has since developed to reflect discussions with the Panel, agencies and other stakeholders.

Panel Papers: Consultation 1 of Phase 2
DateCreatorTitle
20-09-2018 The Treasury; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; The Treasury
04-09-2018 The Treasury; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; The Treasury
03-09-2018 The Treasury; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; The Treasury
03-09-2018 The Treasury; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; The Treasury
28-08-2018 The Treasury; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; The Treasury
03-09-2018 The Treasury; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; The Treasury
03-09-2018 The Treasury; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; The Treasury
03-09-2018 The Treasury; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; The Treasury
03-09-2018 The Treasury; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; The Treasury
03-09-2018 The Treasury; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; The Treasury
03-09-2018 Reserve Bank of New Zealand; Reserve Bank of New Zealand
26-02-2018 The Treasury; The Treasury
14-03-2018 The Treasury; The Treasury

Stakeholder Submissions: Consultation 1 of Phase 2

Written submissions from stakeholders in the first round of consultation for Phase 2, which closed on 25 January 2019.

Stakeholder Submissions: Consultation 1 of Phase 2
DateCreatorTitle
08-02-2019 Institute of Finance Professionals NZ
05-02-2019 Non-Bank Lending Institution (NBLI)
05-02-2019 Bruce White
04-02-2019 TSB Bank; SBS Bank and The Co-operative Bank
04-02-2019 Heartland Bank
04-02-2019 Australian Securitisation Forum
04-02-2019 ASB
04-02-2019 ANZ
04-02-2019 New Zealand Bankers Association
04-02-2019 Westpac
04-02-2019 Chapman Tripp
01-02-2019 Tower Insurance
01-02-2019 Kiwibank
01-02-2019 Coopmoney
01-02-2019 OAG
29-01-2019 BNZ
25-01-2019 Social Credit
25-01-2019 Michael Webb
25-01-2019 Digital Strategies Limited
25-01-2019 Trustee Corporation Association
25-01-2019 NZX
25-01-2019 Credit Union Baywide / Credit Union South
25-01-2019 Wellington Chamber of Commerce; Business Central
25-01-2019 Insurance Council of New Zealand
25-01-2019 David Tripe
25-01-2019 Mutual Credit Finance
25-01-2019 Martien Lubberink
25-01-2019 FINSIA
25-01-2019 Transparency International New Zealand
25-01-2019 Financial Services Council
25-01-2019 Graeme Wheeler
25-01-2019 Federated Farmers of NZ
25-01-2019 Restructuring Insolvency & Turnaround Association NZ
25-01-2019 NZ Initiative
25-01-2019 IAG New Zealand
25-01-2019 Mayne Wetherell
25-01-2019 Consumer
25-01-2019 Murray Jackson
25-01-2019 Financial Services Federation
25-01-2019 Institute of Directors
24-01-2019 Sarah Mead
24-01-2019 Lord Anubis
24-01-2019 NZCTU
24-01-2019 Ben Thirkell-White
24-01-2019 William Foster
23-01-2019 Barrister
23-01-2019 Anonymous
23-01-2019 Wairarapa Building Society
22-01-2019 Pat Vincent
21-01-2019 Anonymous
21-01-2019 Roger Lowry
21-01-2019 Oliver Wyman
16-01-2019 Don Brash
16-01-2019 BxE Consulting Limited
15-01-2019 Anonymous
14-01-2019 Iain Parker
14-01-2019 Grant Spencer
27-12-2018 Marion Stewart
21-11-2018 Business NZ
27-08-2018 Kerry McDonald
20-11-2018 Richard Darlow
14-11-2018 Leigh Kenna
09-11-2018 Anonymous
04-11-2018 Chris Gregory
02-11-2018 Cody Cooper

Last updated: 
Monday, 2 March 2020