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Policy and Advocacy
We are the voice of private capital representing the industry to Govenment at every level.
NZVCA Public Policy Submissions
Review of KiwiSaver Default Provider Arrangements Discussion Document
Submission from the New Zealand Private Equity & Venture Capital Association
Submission from the New Zealand Private Equity & Venture Capital Association and The Angel Association on the Financial Markets Conduct Bill Exemptions
The purpose of this report from the New Zealand Private Equity and Venture Capital Association (NZVCA)1 is to alert government to the currently unsustainable state of the New Zealand venture capital market and to recommend changes to government policy to ensure this market's survival in the short term and that it is fit for purpose in the long term.
This submission has been prepared jointly by the New Zealand Private Equity & Venture Capital Association (NZVCA) and Angel Association New Zealand.
It highlights our principal areas of interest and refers to expanded recommendations in the submission to the Ministy of Economic Development Development (MED) from NZCVA and Angel Association New Zealand dated March 2010.
This report highights suggested changes which would make New Zealand a better place to do business and lighted regulatory load wihile maintaining sensible policy settings.