As a means to regulate governance of New Zealand registered companies, the Companies Act 1993 (Act) was amended to provide that New Zealand incorporated companies must have at least one director who: lives in New Zealand; or lives in Australia and is also a director of an Australian company. The Act does not provide any [...]
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