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  • 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.  ...

  • Previous winners of the Tertiary Challenge

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    The Tertiary Challenge is a biennial event. Below are the winners from previous years, along with links to download their entries. 2017 University Challenge Winner and Finalists 2017 University Challenge Winner and Finalists...

  • Tertiary Challenge

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    The Treasury gives New Zealand tertiary students the chance to address some of the most important public policy issues facing the country. The Treasury Tertiary Challenge 2018 aims to: give tertiary students a feel for the range of work the Treasury...

  • The task

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    In 2017, the Government set up the Tax Working Group to look at ways to improve the structure, fairness and balance of the tax system in New Zealand. Tax affects everyone, and the Group are seeking views from as many New Zealanders as possible on the...

  • Timeline

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    Timeline - 2018 Treasury Tertiary Challenge July 2018   Sunday, 29 July 2018 Submissions due at 11.59pm All entries should be emailed to [email protected]

  • Prizes

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    What is the prize? The top five finalists will receive a cash prize to aid them in their studies. The winner of the Challenge will receive a grant of $2,000. The second and third runner ups will receive $1,000 and $500 respectively. The two other...

  • Entry criteria

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    Who can enter? Students currently enrolled in any degree programme or higher at an approved New Zealand tertiary education institution, and studying any discipline are eligible to enter this competition. Direct relatives of Treasury employees may...

  • Resource Consents

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

  • Our structure

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    Directorates and Managers Capital Markets Directorate Kim Martin – Acting Director New Zealand Debt Management (NZDM) - see the NZ Debt Management website. Head of Funding Strategy & Engagement: Kate Le Quesne (acting) Head...

  • Intern opportunities

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    Embark on a career into the heart of public sector decision-making, in a stimulating and supportive environment. Applications for 2020 - 2021 Summer Intern positions are now closed.  If you would like to receive updates on intern programme and...

  • Our Ministers

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    The Treasury reports to several Ministers in the Government. The Responsible Minister for the Treasury is Hon Grant Robertson, Minister of Finance. Ministers Rt Hon Winston Peters - Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for State Owned Enterprises Hon...

  • Legislation we administer

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    Legislation Administered by the Treasury This page provides details of legislation administered by the Treasury. The Treasury currently administers legislation relating to the following portfolios: Finance State-Owned Enterprises Housing and Urban...

  • Our history

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    Established in 1840, the Treasury is one of New Zealand’s oldest institutions. Initially the Treasury consisted of just a few officials responsible for managing the Government’s day-to-day financial affairs. Today the Treasury employs over 300 people,...

  • Our strategy

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    The Treasury, like all government departments, is required to prepare a Statement of Intent and an Annual Report every year. The Treasury's Statement of Intent and its Annual Report are both tabled in Parliament by the Minister of Finance. The Treasury...

  • Terms and conditions of entry

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    Entries Entries are open to students enrolled in any degree programme or higher at an approved New Zealand tertiary education institution, including universities, wānanga and polytechnics. All entries must be received via email to [email protected]

  • Higher living standards

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    To manage the economy, the Government must decide on the optimal allocation - the best or most effective possible in a particular situation - of our nation's limited resources to advance the wellbeing of our people. The Treasury analyses a...

  • Contact Us

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    Contact information including postal and courier addresses, and telephone and email contacts for information requests, media, website issues & accessibility, and other Treasury teams and managers. Main Contacts Tel: +64 4 472...

  • Graduate opportunities

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    Join Te Tai Ōhanga – The Treasury’s award-winning 18 month graduate development programme and embark on a career into the heart of public sector decision-making, in an inspiring, encouraging and supportive environment. Applications for our...

  • The Treasury Board

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    The Treasury Board is a governance body that supports the Treasury's Chief Executive and Executive Leadership Team in ensuring that its organisational strategy, capability and performance make the best possible contribution to the achievement of its...

  • Treasury Alumni

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    The Treasury aims to improve the ties between the Treasury and the diverse and dispersed group that are Treasury alumni. There is much material on this website that may be of interest to alumni, summarised below. The Treasury also offers alumni the...

  • Our team

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    The Treasury has a comprehensive governance and operational management framework to ensure its objectives are achieved. Executive Leadership Team Our Executive Leadership Team (ELT) is made up of the Secretary to the Treasury (who is also the ...

  • Who we are

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    The Treasury is the Government’s lead economic and financial adviser. Our vision is to be a world-leading Treasury working towards higher living standards for New Zealanders. It’s important that New Zealand’s economy...

  • Tertiary Challenge 2018

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    Information and Resources The Task Timeline Prizes Terms and Conditions Entry Criteria Winners and Finalists School visits The Treasury hosts school visits for introducing students to the work we and the public sector do to help with raising...

  • Schools challenge

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    The Treasury Schools Challenge gives year 12 and 13 students all over the country the chance to address important public policy issues facing the country. The competition aims to: stimulate discussion and fresh debate on the Treasury's core work...

  • Education & community

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    The Treasury regularly sets challenges and competitions aimed at both school and tertiary levels. Schools Challenge The Treasury challenges year 12 and 13 students all over the country to find ways to put together a Briefing for the Minister of Finance...

  • List of Secretaries to the Treasury

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    The following is a historical list of Secretaries to the Treasury.   Name Dates George Cooper 1840 – 1842 Alexander Shepherd 1842 – 1856*   1857 – 1858 R. F....

  • Our work

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    Our key business objectives are: fiscal, monetary and regulatory frameworks result in a stable and sustainable economic environment the Crown's finances and the financial and non-financial balance sheet are managed efficiently, effectively and...

  • Guest lectures

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    Details of past and upcoming lectures and access to the abstracts, speakers' presentations and papers provided by guest lecturers. At least once every month, leading academics from New Zealand and overseas are invited to present a scholarly lecture at...

  • Guide for invited lecturers

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    Information for lecturers invited to present a Guest Lecture at the Treasury. Background and Purpose The Treasury has a wide mandate for advising the government on policy issues and expenditure that touch on all aspects of New Zealand society. Justice...

  • Our events

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    The Treasury hosts a number of wide-ranging events each year. The details of the upcoming events, as well as the details and documents from past events can be found here.

  • Speeches

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    Speeches and presentations given by the Treasury's executive and senior management teams are often published, and you can find them here. In some cases background papers, rather than actual speech notes, are available.  

  • Media statements

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    Media statements and advisories issued by the Treasury. For media statements issued by New Zealand Debt Management, a unit of the Treasury, click on the link below. 

  • Lockups & technical briefings

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    Details of past and upcoming lockups and technical briefings. From time-to-time, The Treasury holds lockup meetings and technical briefings sessions.  The lockups follow a strict set of rules for dealing with embargoed information being...