New Zealand Securities Commission: responsible for strengthening confidence in the capital markets by promoting the efficiency, integrity and cost-effective regulation of these markets.
Reserve Bank of New Zealand: responsible for promoting the maintenance of a sound and efficient financial system and avoiding significant damage to the financial system that could result from the failure of a registered bank.
Commerce Commission: exists to bring awareness, acceptance and compliance with the Commerce and Fair Trading Acts to ensure healthy competition.
Takeovers Panel: corporate body established by the Takeovers Act 1993.
Overseas Investment Commission: responsible for administering the Governments foreign investment policies and assesses applications for all non-land and some land investment.