Review of KiwiSaver default provider arrangements

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Submissions due: 18 September 2019, 5pm

Consultation is open on the Review of KiwiSaver default provider arrangements discussion paper.

We are reviewing the arrangements for providers of default KiwiSaver schemes to ensure they are delivering the best outcomes for default members.

Options we are considering

How to make a submission

Please email a PDF and Word copy of your submission to defaultkiwisaver@mbie.govt.nz.

Please use the template for submissions available above.  This will help us to more effectively analyse the submissions received.

You can also make a quick submission through the online portal.

Alternatively, you can mail your submission to:

Financial Markets Policy
Building, Resources and Markets
Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment
PO Box 1473
Wellington 6140
New Zealand

Please direct any questions that you have in relation to the submissions process to defaultkiwisaver@mbie.govt.nz

How we will use your submission

The information provided in submissions will be used to inform the Treasury and MBIE’s policy development process, and will inform advice to Ministers on the options for the default provider arrangements. We may contact submitters directly if we require clarification of any matters in submissions.

Release of information

We intend to upload copies of submissions received to our website www.mbie.govt.nz.

If your submission contains information that is confidential or you otherwise wish us not to publish, please indicate this in the submission, clearly identifying the confidential information. Please also provide us with a separate PDF version excluding the relevant information for publication on our website.

Submissions remain subject to request under the Official Information Act 1982. Please set out clearly in your submission if you have any objection to the release of any information in the submission, and in particular, which parts you consider should be withheld, together with the reasons for withholding the information. We will take such objections into account and will consult with submitters when responding to requests under the Official Information Act 1982.

Private information

The Privacy Act 1993 establishes certain principles with respect to the collection, use and disclosure of information about individuals by various agencies, including the Treasury and MBIE. Any personal information you supply to us in the course of making a submission will only be used for the purpose of assisting in the development of policy advice in relation to this review. Please clearly indicate in your submission if you do not wish your name, or any other personal information, to be included in any summary of submissions that we may publish.