The sustainability landscape and, with it, stakeholder expectations are evolving rapidly. Regulation, legislation and best practice are all shifting to reflect the urgency of the climate crisis as well as wider ESG issues such as nature degradation and human rights.

To help organisations navigate the rising tide of complex expectations in 2024, KPMG has outlined the key changes and requirements coming up in this space and what they mean for New Zealand’s financial services sector.

Each organisation is captured by different regulations and requirements, so we have provided a high-level view, rather than an exhaustive list. All information is correct as of April 2024.

To understand more about what these mean for your organisation, contact our specialist team.

Timeline of regulations

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Our established financial services team can help you navigate the ESG and sustainability requirements of the year ahead, while maximising value for your organisation. Our offerings include:

We help clients navigate complex ESG and sustainability regulation, legislation and best practice, what these mean for your organisation and how they can become a driver of value.

Get in touch to find out more about how our established financial services team can support you with ESG and sustainability issues.