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Company & Securities Law Resource

18 January 2021

​Chapman Tripp has provided relevant links to the core company/securities law on the New Zealand legislation website.

NZX Listed Issuer Resource

18 January 2021

We have compiled links to the NZX Listing Rules, Guidance Notes and Practice Notes, as well as other relevant materials for NZX Listed Issuers, for your ease of reference.

Big Build

16 December 2020

Big Build is our quarterly publication tracking legislative and regulatory reform and other developments affecting the construction and infrastructure sector.

Submission on Overseas Investment Amendment Bill (No 3) reform

11 December 2020

Chapman Tripp has made a submission to the Finance and Expenditure Committee on the Overseas Investment Amendment Bill (No 3).


04 December 2020

Briefly is an occasional publication tracking political and regulatory developments.

International Trade 2020 – Trends & Insights

03 December 2020

2020 was a tough year and economic forecasts suggest that 2021 will also be difficult. But there are some rays of light on the horizon. Read our latest International Trade 2020 – Trends & Insights publication.

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News (71)

International trade at crossroads in 2021

03 December 2020

2020 was a tough year and economic forecasts – both global and local – suggest that next year will not be easy either. But there are also positive developments, as noted in our International Trade 2020 – Trends & Insights publication.

Best visual identity in the professional services sector

02 December 2020

With the help of creative agency Iceberg, we are pleased to have won the Transform Magazine Gold Award for ‘Best visual identity from the professional services sector’.

Tikanga Māori supports successful Westhaven decision for Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei

01 December 2020

In a decision made by the High Court, the Environment Court has jurisdiction to consider, and make findings about, the relative strengths of hapu and iwi relationships in an area affected by a resource consent application – delivering a successful outcome for Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei.

Newly-appointed Special Counsel in hot demand with international clients

20 November 2020

We have elevated Joshua Jones to Special Counsel, recognising the skills and impressive network of international contacts he brings to the firm’s financial restructuring and insolvency practice.

New Zealand infrastructure – ready for lift-off?

16 November 2020

Pressure on all forms of infrastructure in New Zealand remains high with little evidence of physical progress in recent years. But, we may now be about to obtain lift-off, according to our latest publication, New Zealand Infrastructure – trends & insights.

A time for boardrooms to hold their nerve

05 November 2020

The opportunity is out there – to ‘build back better’, but this is going to require effective governance and, in some of the more exposed sectors, a willingness to work through difficult conditions. This, and more themes are discussed in our 2020 edition of Corporate Governance – trends and insights.

Climate change no longer just an environmental concern

02 November 2020

Our experts have stated that management of climate risk is not about compliance and understanding climate risk is key to mid-long term strategy and resilience.

Legal expert superstars promoted to partner

30 October 2020

The partnership will be enhanced with the appointment of Nicola Swan, Luke Ford and Te Aopare Dewes to partner, effective 1 December 2020.

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Podcasts (22)

Charting the Top 75 – trends in the data

08 December 2020

Partner Roger Wallis discusses the trends in the data collected from the Top 75 listed companies, charting developments in board composition, size, diversity, length of service and reporting.

A time for boardrooms to hold their nerve

30 November 2020

Off the back of our 2020 Corporate Governance – trends & insights report, we sit down with Partner Roger Wallis to reflect on the key theme in this year's publication – a plea for boardrooms to hold their nerve.

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