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Starts Submission on proposed designations of shares as MIPs

Published: Mon 20 Feb 2017 10:48 AM
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Starts Submission to FMA on proposed designations of shares as MIPs
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Wynn Williams Partner Hayley Buckley has made a joint submission to the FMA on their proposed designation of shares as managed investment products. The feedback covers crowdfunding exclusions, excluded offers, powers of shareholders, the guidance note and other matters. Hayley is recognised as one of New Zealand's leading legal advisers in equity crowdfunding and leads the financial services and compliance practice at Wynn Williams. The full submission is attached, or here http://www.wynnwilliams.co.nz/Publications/News/2017/Submission-to-FMA-on-proposed-designations-of-shar
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