New Zealand Market Subcommittee


Objectives

The New Zealand Market Subcommittee will represent the interests of all ASF members who participate in the New Zealand securitisation and covered bonds market regardless of domicile by:

  • building productive relationships with New Zealand government ministers, members of parliament and government departments and agencies that have responsibility for, and influence policy in, New Zealand’s securitisation and covered bond markets;   
  • providing submissions and input into policy and regulatory direction and law reform affecting the securitisation and covered bond markets;
  • identifying areas of New Zealand’s regulatory environment that could be changed to allow for the more efficient and effective operation of securitisation and covered bond issuance and investment;
  • recommending best practices that will ensure efficient, effective and transparent operation of the New Zealand securitisation and covered bond markets;
  • maintaining a current understanding of Australian market practice to ensure, wherever relevant, consistency of approach in New Zealand and Australia to minimise costs for trans-Tasman securitisation and covered bond market participants; and
  • developing and delivering education programs either separately in New Zealand or through adaptation from existing ASF programs and courses. .


Read the official charter of the ASF Standing Subcommittees.


Membership

Simon O'Connell (Chair)  Westpac New Zealand Limited
Bianca Spata Flexigroup
Christine Smith ANZ
Debbie Long Resimac
Deemple Budhia Russell McVeagh
Evelyn Jones Lane Neave
Fraser Wilson Bank of New Zealand
Jason Hughes MTF
Katie Carson DLA Piper
Mark Jephson
Guardian Trust
Mei Nah
Mayne Wetherell
Murray King 
Bell Gully
Paul Jamieson
Avanti Finance
Peter Taplin (National Committee representative) Westpac
Phil Newport Accident Compensation Corporation
Ross Pennington Chapman Tripp
Simon Pannett Harbour Asset Management


For more information contact Chair, Simon O'Connell.

What's On

Upcoming courses, seminars and networking opportunities for your professional development

NOV

18/19

Australian Securitisation Conference

Hilton, Sydney

NOV

19

Women in Securitisation Conference Breakfast

Sydney

DEC

4/5

Securitisation Professionals course

Sydney

DEC

3

Women in Securitisation networking event

Auckland

FEB

26

Securitisation Fundamentals course

Sydney

MAR

18/19

Securitisation Professionals course

Sydney

Australian Securitisation Journal

The Australian Securitisation Journal (ASJ) is the official journal of the Australian Securitisation Forum. The ASJ is published by KangaNews on a semi-annual basis.

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Market snapshot

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