The New Zealand Financial Markets Association is the professional body for wholesale (institutional) banking in New Zealand. The Association represents the interests of its members in ensuring the sound management of the over-the-counter financial markets. This is achieved by promoting effective self-regulatory initiatives, advocating for the industry, providing relevant education, and developing and implementing high professional standards to be used by members when dealing in these markets.
NZFMA also maintains and is the Benchmark Administrator for benchmarks and indicative closing rates calculated and published by the NZdata Service.
NZFMA membership is institutionally based, with members providing a wide range of financial services such as corporate banking, trading in financial instruments and trade finance.
30 March 2021
The New Zealand Financial Markets Association (NZFMA) recently consulted on a proposal to change the format of the Credit Market closing rates (NZNG) from yield to a clean price. Results of that consultation are now available.
25 March 2021
Due to popular demand, the Interest Rate Markets One Day Simulated Trading Workshops will be repeated in September 2021. The workshops will be held 21 September (Wellington) and 23 September (Auckland).
3 March 2021
This 4-day residential program is designed to train participants in the physical side of trading. No other program currently available offers such a practical and realistic trading platform, whilst encouraging teamwork and healthy competitiveness. Participants truly experience the life of a trader over several intensive days.
Further information and a registration form can be found here
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