Social Media Policy
Our social media pages:
Our social media pages are managed and monitored by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand's Communications team. We keep our followers informed of what is happening at the Bank through timely publishing of our key financial releases, including MPS (Monetary Policy Statement), OCR (Official Cash Rate), and FSR (Financial Stability Report). We also publish economic research, job vacancies, and educational content to increase New Zealand’s knowledge of central banking. We aim to present information in a clear, straightforward, and relatable manner.
We welcome discussion on our social media pages, however, we do actively monitor posts and comments to ensure conversations are free of profanity. Any comments or posts that contain derogatory language, hate speech, or profanity will be deleted. Any comments or posts that attempt to impersonate the Reserve Bank or publish false or inaccurate information will be deleted. If derogatory content and/or misinformation is repeatedly posted, you may be blocked from the page. Users that have been blocked from Reserve Bank social media accounts are welcome to contact us if they believe they have been blocked unnecessarily. If needed, we will review the blocked accounts to determine whether or not it will remain blocked. Contact us at [email protected].
We will remain politically neutral and be transparent when presenting information to the public and our stakeholders. We aim to reply to comments and questions in a timely manner (12-24 hours).
Any posts or comments made by individuals on our pages are their own views and not the views of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand. Likes, comments, shares, or retweets from any Reserve Bank social media account is not an endorsement of the information.
When active on our social media pages, you are expected to comply with the terms of service for each platform.
Privacy / security
All our social media accounts are verified to ensure our followers know they are receiving the correct information from the Bank. Any fake accounts will be reported to the relevant social network provider and access removed.
To protect your own privacy, please don’t share any personal or sensitive information on the Reserve Bank social media pages. For your own security, if we see this kind of information we will delete it immediately.
Complaints / feedback
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand's social media pages are not a place to make complaints about individuals, commercial banks, or any other financial institutions. If you have any concerns or want to pass on feedback, please contact us at [email protected]