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Who has Faafoi been meeting?

Sam Stubbs, Tower Insurance and Fisher Funds were among the industry players who held meetings with Commerce Minister Kris Faafoi in the three months to June.

Tuesday, September 11th 2018, 2:03PM

The minister has released a list of meetings undertaken in that capacity, in response to an Official Information Act request from industry consultant Rob Dowler.

Dowler said he had been impressed by the transparency of the Green Party move to proactively release its diaries.

Faafoi's meetings as Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs in the June quarter:

April 3: Commerce Commission
April 4: James Shaw
April 5: MBIE
April 5: Federated Farmers
April 6: Auckland Airport


April 6: BNZ
April 6: Takeovers Panel
April 9: MBIE
April 10: Centrality
April 10: Tower Insurance
April 11: Nanaia Mahuta
April 11: ASB
April 11: Sam Stubbs
April 12: Ambassador Scott Brown
April 12: Takata Recall Oversight Group
April 16: Waikato Chamber of Commerce
April 16: Hamilton Citizens Advice Bureau
April 18: Palmerston North Citizens Advice Bureau
April 19: Payments NZ
April 19: MBIE
April 19: IBANZ
April 20: Pacific Steel
April 20: Fintech NZ
April 20: Shareholders Association
April 20: ANZ
April 20: Sarah Keen
April 20: Fisher Funds
April 30: MBIE
May 1: Wellington Airport
May 1: Commerce Commission
May 1: AA and Consumer NZ
May 2: Airlines for Australia and New Zealand
May 2: Trade Me
May 2: Financial Markets Authority
May 4:  Gisborne Budget Advisory Service
May 4: Gisborne Citizens Advice Bureau
May 4: Gisborne Chamber of Commerce
May 7: MBIE
May 8: Stuart Nash and the Road Transport Forum
May 9: MBIE
May 10: MBIE
May 24: Standards Approval Board
May 23: Trustee Corporations Association
May 28: MBIE
May 28: Phil Sprey
May 29: Grant Robertson, Council of Financial Regulators
May 30: MBIE
May 30: MBIE, NZTA
May 31: Atarake Nataara
June 5: MBIE
June 5: Commerce Commission
June 6: MBIE
June 11: MBIE
June 11: Banqer
June 13: Financial Markets Authority
June 14: Prime Minister’s chief science adviser
June 25: Wairarapa Chamber of Commerce
June 18: BNZ
June 18: MBIE
June 20: Mediaworks
June 20: Technology Holdings Ltd
June 20: MBIE
June 22: Google
June 22: Patrick Strange and Mark Criss
June 22: Commission for Financial Capability
June 25: MIBE
June 25: Massey University Fin-Ed Centre
June 27: Christchurch International Airport
June 27: Auckland International Airport

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