Brokerage license in New Zealand
If you want to carry out brokering activity in New Zealand, you need to obtain a brokerage license. New Zealand is not a member of the European Union, but it is an offshore zone. That’s why obtaining a brokerage license in New Zealand allows a company to provide services also in the United States and other countries of North and South America.
- Authorized capital – 1,000,000.00 New Zealand dollars (approximately US $ 770,000.00);
- Local office with an employee is required and it must be a place of carrying out commercial activity;
- No residency requirements for directors or shareholders of the company.