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  • Privacy

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    Purpose 1. Purpose The purpose of this privacy policy is to let users of treasury.govt.nz (the "Site") know when we collect personal information and what we do with it. We do not use, share or transfer personal information in connection with the Site...

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  • The Treasury is leading work across government on New Zealand's COVID-19 economic response.

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  • News and events

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    Welcome to the current and past news and events of the Treasury

  • Copyright

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    Information on the Crown copyright provisions that apply to material on this website. Copyright material on the Treasury website is protected by copyright owned by the Treasury on behalf of the Crown. Unless indicated otherwise for specific items or...

  • About the Treasury

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    Our vision is to be a world-leading treasury working towards higher living standards for New Zealanders. The Beehive, the Treasury, and the Reserve Bank, Wellington, New Zealand It’s important that New Zealand’s economy supports...

  • Information and services

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  • Careers at the Treasury

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    Every person working at the Treasury has a role to play in helping to achieve higher living standards for New Zealanders.  The Treasury offers interesting, diverse and stimulating work that addresses the big opportunities and complex challenges...

  • Media Centre

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    The Treasury recognises that the media are a key audience for its work, and an important channel to the public. Here are links to some key information, such as our annual report and briefings to incoming Ministers (BIMs), along with links to...

  • State sector leadership

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    The Treasury plays an important leadership role in the state sector and publishes a range of guidance for departments and other entities as well as information on state sector performance. What is the State Sector? The state sector is the broad range...

  • Other services

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    The Treasury provides a number of additional key services to public assisting with unclaimed money, ownerless property, and provding transparency of the Treasury's processes through Official Information Act (OIA) requests.

  • Infrastructure

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    Infrastructure refers to the fixed, long-lived structures that facilitate the production of goods and services, including transport, water, energy, social assets, and digital infrastructure such as our broadband and mobile networks. Infrastructure...

  • Infrastructure Ministers

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    Ministers with Infrastructure Responsibilities Hon Shane Jones - Minister for Infrastructure, Regional Economic Development and Associate Minister of Finance, Transport Hon Grant Robertson - Minister of Finance Lead Ministers in Infrastructure...

  • Other Government Agencies

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    In addition to the Treasury, a large number of other government agencies are involved in planning, implementing and advising on infrastructure. Infrastructure Areas and Related Government Ministries, Departments and Agencies Area...

  • Media Statements & Speeches

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    Media statements and speeches by Infrastructure ministers and by senior National Infrastructure Unit or Treasury officials relating to infrastructure are listed here. Media statements, speeches, and other features relating to the infrastructure...

  • Winner and finalists

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    The winner and finalists of the 2018 Treasury Tertiary Challenge have been announced. You can read the winning and finalist essays here: 2018 Tertiary Challenge Winner and Finalists   View/Download Winner...

  • Relationship with the Reserve Bank of New Zealand

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    The Treasury and the Reserve Bank of New Zealand have common interests in the performance of the economy and wider financial stability. The Treasury and the Reserve Bank have the following individual responsibilities: the Treasury is the Government’s...

  • Visiting research fellowships

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    Under the Visiting Research Fellowships programme, the Treasury sponsors academics to spend a period at Treasury working on a project of mutual interest. Details Research Fellowships typically run for three to six weeks (which need not be undertaken...

  • Previous visiting research fellows

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    List of previous research fellows, their institution, the dates they worked at the Treasury and their research theme. Name Institution Dates Research Theme Professor Jennifer Curtin University of Auckland...

  • Bona vacantia (ownerless) property

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    The Treasury Legal Team advises the Secretary to the Treasury on requests for the Crown to deal with bona vacantia property. Sometimes property becomes automatically owned by the Crown because it has no other owner. When this happens, the property is...

  • Supporting exporters

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    New Zealand Export Credit (NZEC) is located in the Treasury, as part of its Financial Operations. It is New Zealand’s official export credit agency. Its purpose is to support New Zealand exports and the internationalisation of its exporters through the...

  • Information requests

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    Requests for information will be directed to an appropriate team at the Treasury for a response. Media enquiries All enquiries from the media should be directed to the Communications team in the first instance at [email protected] Frequently...

  • RSS (News Feeds)

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    How to use the Treasury web site's RSS news feeds for alerts to new releases and for searches. What is an RSS feed? An RSS feed, or syndicated content, or web feed, is frequently updated content published by a web site. It is usually used for news and...

  • Treasury email alerts

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    The Treasury offers email alert services for media statements, research and commentary, and guest lectures. Alerts Research and Commentary The Treasury offers an email alert service for people interested in being alerted when new Working...

  • How to deal with property of a company removed from the Companies Register

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    Section 324 of the Companies Act 1993 provides that property belonging to a company vests in the Crown with effect from the removal of the company from the Companies Register. Similar provisions exist in previous Companies Acts and, depending on...

  • Standard requirements for applications about “ownerless property”

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    This section provides links to pages containing information about the Treasury’s standard requirements for dealing with the following types of “ownerless property”: Mortgages Easements Liens Encumbrances Shares Bona Vacantia Money Leases Trade...

  • Mortgages

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    The Treasury (on behalf of the Crown) can discharge a mortgage held in the name of a removed company.   To make an application, please provide the following: A statutory declaration by a director of the removed company ("the Company") (or...

  • Easements

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    The Treasury on behalf of the Crown can surrender or transfer an easement held in the name of a removed company.   To make an application, please provide the following: A statutory declaration by a director of the removed company ("the Company...

  • Liens

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    The Treasury on behalf of the Crown can discharge a lien held in the name of a removed company.  To make an application, please provide the following: A statutory declaration by a director of the removed company ("the Company") (or someone else...

  • Encumbrances

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    The Treasury on behalf of the Crown can discharge an encumbrance held in the name of a removed company.  To make an application, please provide the following: A statutory declaration by a director of the removed company ("the Company") (or...

  • Shares

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    The Treasury on behalf of the Crown can transfer shares held in the name of a removed company.  To make an application, please provide the following: A statutory declaration by a director of the removed company ("the Company") (or someone else...

  • Bona Vacantia Money

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    The Treasury is sometimes asked to take action in respect of money owing to a company which has been removed the Companies Register.  Please note that bona vacantia /  “ownerless” money is different to “unclaimed” money, which has an owner -...

  • Leases

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    The Treasury on behalf of the Crown can surrender a lease held in the name of a removed company.  To make an application, please provide the following: A statutory declaration by a director of the removed company ("the Company") (or someone else...

  • Trade Marks and Other Intellectual Property

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    The Treasury on behalf of the Crown can transfer trade marks and other intellectual property held in the name of a removed company.  To make an application, please provide the following: A statutory declaration by a director of the removed...

  • Land

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    The Treasury, on behalf of the Crown, administers property of removed companies which vests in the Crown in accordance with the Companies Act 1955 or the Companies Act 1993.  However, land which vests in the Crown in this manner potentially becomes...

  • Staff Update

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    This webpage is used to assist with communications to Treasury Staff when required.  This is usually in the event of an emergency. Currently there are no notices.   You can contact The Treasury here.  ...