FMA: World Investor Week 2021

We’re helping New Zealanders take a mo before they jump into an investment. If you’ve got investing FOMO, first consider the Five D’s of DIY investing.

The Five D’s of DIY Investing

For more information on investing via online platforms, see our Online Investing Platforms pages.


Free personal finance webinar

Join AUT Senior Lecturer with the Department of Finance. Dr Ayesha Scott for a free personal finance webinar on Wednesday 6 October, 4pm - 5pm.

Topics include: save, don’t spend, buy now - pay later, the sharemarket, the property ladder and KiwiSaver.

She’ll share what everyone can keep in mind while working toward a fulfilling financial life along with why money matters and finance is fun! Find out more and register here

Learnings from a lifetime of investing – NZ Shareholders Association (NZSA)

Join a panel of investing experts this Wednesday, October 06 as they share insight from their own investing journeys.

Drawing on a lifetime of investing experience they’ll have tips to help you no matter where you are in your own investing journey.

Panel members include NZSA deputy chair Samantha Sharif, author and financial commentator Martin Hawes, NZSA director Martin Watson and chief executive Oliver Mander.

Join the event here

World Investor Week 2021 Supporting Partners

Thank you to the following organisations who are participating in World Investor Week 2021 to promote investor education.
New Zealand Shareholders Association
Te Ara Ahunga Ora - Retirement Commission
Financial Services Council
Financial Advice New Zealand
Whai Rawa Ngai Tahu
Kernel Wealth
Want to support World Investor Week 2021?

About World Investor Week

World Investor Week is a global campaign to raise awareness of investor education and protection, promoted by the International Organisation of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) and hosted in New Zealand by the Financial Markets Authority (FMA).

The New Zealand theme for World Investor Week 2021 is ‘Investing FOMO?  Take a Mo’ which supports recent FMA research that almost one-third of investors using online platforms said they’d jumped into an investment in the last two years because they didn’t want to miss out.