The Reserve Bank of New Zealand is the prudential regulator and supervisor of all insurers carrying on insurance business in New Zealand, and is responsible for administering the Insurance (Prudential Supervision) Act 2010.
Provides information on insurance legislation, regulations and standards.
Explains what is required to obtain a licence and how to apply for one.
Outlines the Reserve Bank’s approach to the supervision of insurers.
Sets out the regular data returns insurers are required to provide and the industry data published from those returns.
Contains material relating to new regulatory initiatives including consultation documents.
Provides contact details for designated insurers and portfolio managed insurers.
Contains recent publications and reports.
Contains information on relationships the Reserve Bank maintains with other regulatory and supervisory bodies.
Contains expired versions of insurer supervision documents, old consultations, and similar material for reference purposes.