Declarations and exemptions for non-bank deposit takers
This section provides details of the exemptions we have granted to licensed non-bank deposit takers (NBDTs) or their trustees from certain provisions of the Non-bank Deposit Takers Act 2013 (the NBDT Act) or its regulations. It also includes information about our powers relating to declarations whereby an entity or class of entities are declared to be, or not to be, an NBDT for the NBDT Act's purposes.
Exemption power and considerations
This page outlines the power given to us to grant exemptions under Section 70 of the NBDT Act.
Exemptions granted to non-bank deposit takers
This page provides a list of all exemptions we have granted to date.
How a non-bank deposit taker can apply for an exemption
This page outlines the process for a non-bank deposit taker to apply for an exemption.
Declaration power and considerations
This page outlines our ability to recommend to the Minister of Finance that regulations be made declaring a person, or a class of persons, to be, or not to be, a non-bank deposit taker for the purposes of the NBDT Act.
Declarations can be made on our recommendation to the Minister of Finance under the Non-bank Deposit Takers (Declared-out Entities) Regulations 2015. These regulations began on 1 April 2015 and specify the entities or class of entities that are declared not to be an NBDT under Section 73 of the NBDT Act.
Currently there are no declarations.