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Law firm gives NZX's governance reforms the thumbs up

The NZX has proposed a code of ethics, ranging from director pay to whistleblower treatment. With special feature audio.

Calida Smylie
Thu, 01 Sep 2016

Law firm Chapman Tripp has given a tick of approval to sharemarket operator NZX's proposed code of ethics for boards.

NZX released its proposed changes to corporate governance best practice yesterday, recommending stronger rules for share trading and continuous disclosure, and more transparency

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Calida Smylie
Thu, 01 Sep 2016
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