Changing the details of an Australian offer or offeror

The forms to use to notify us of changes

If you're an Australian offeror making an offer under the recognition regime, you'll need to advise us of certain changes to the offer or offeror, within the corresponding timeframes under Regulation 273 of the Financial Market Conduct Regulations 2014. Use the forms provided to advise us of those changes.

Who can update Australian offer or offeror details

To update Australian offer or offeror details you must:

  • have a RealMe® login
  • be a registered user of your organisation's online services account
  • have authority to act.

Update offer or offeror details

To update offer or offeror details, log in to your organisation's online services account and follow these steps.

  1. Search for the offer you need to change.
  2. Under the Offer maintenance services drop down menu select Maintain offer.
  3. Upload the completed form.
  4. Provide any supporting documents requested.
  5. Select Submit to send us your documents for acceptance.

Download and complete the appropriate form for the change you need to make.

Changing a disclosure statement or other document

Use Form DMR-2 to notify us of any change to:

  • an Australian disclosure document, or
  • any other document required by Australian securities legislation in relation to the offer, unless the offeror isn't required to notify the Australian regulator of the change.

You need to do this no later than 5 working days after the day on which the offeror notified (or should have notified) the Australian regulator of the change.

Changing an offeror's address for service

Use Form DMR-3 to notify us of any change to the offeror's address for service.

You need to do this at least 5 working days before the change takes effect, and should email us your form.

Email: disclose@companies.govt.nz

Supplementary or replacement disclosure statements

Use Form DMR-4 to notify us if a supplementary or replacement Australian disclosure statement is lodged or notified under Australian securities legislation.

You need to do this:

  • as soon as practicable after the supplementary or replacement document is lodged with the Australian regulator (or the Australian regulator is notified of the document), and
  • no later than 5 working days after the day on which the document is, or should have been, lodged or notified.

Changing a constitution

Use form DMR-5 to notify us of a change made to a constitution referred to in Regulation 268(d)(i) or (ii) of the Financial Markets Conduct Regulations 2014.

You need to do this no later than 5 working days after the day on which the offeror notified (or should have notified) the Australian regulator of the change.

Grant, amendment or revocation under Regulation 268(b)

Use Form DMR-6 to notify us if the Australian regulator grants, amends or revokes an Australian exemption or declaration referred to in Regulation 268(b) of the Financial Markets Conduct Regulations 2014.

You need to do this no later than 5 working days after the grant of, amendment to, or revocation of exemption or declaration.

Grant, amendment or revocation under Regulation 268(c)

Use Form DMR-6 to notify us if the Australian regulator grants, amends or revokes an Australian exemption or declaration referred to in Regulation 268(c) of the Financial Markets Conduct Regulations 2014.

You need to do this no later than 10 working days after the grant of, amendment to, or revocation of exemption or declaration.

Enforcement action or exercise of power

Use Form DMR-7 to notify us if the Australian regulator begins enforcement action, or exercises a power it has under law, in relation to an offer or offeror.

You need to do this as soon as practicable after action is taken or power is exercised, and no later than 5 working days after the day on which action is taken or power is exercised.

Guide for issuers

Issuers offering financial products in New Zealand and Australia under mutual recognition may find the following guide useful.

Regulatory Guide 190 — Offering financial products in New Zealand and Australia under mutual recognition opens in a new window

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