New Zealand and Climate Change: Where are we now? Terms and Conditions

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April 30, 2024

New Zealand and Climate Change: Where are we now? with Minister of Climate Change and Minister of Revenue, Hon. Simon Watts
Terms and Conditions

Consent: By registering for or participating in The Financial Services Council of New Zealand Incorporated (the FSC) New Zealand and Climate Change: Where are we now? at the Cordis Hotel Auckland on Wednesday 12 June 2024 (the Event) all registrants, attendees, speakers, exhibitors, exhibitors, delegates, contractors and anyone present (the Attendees) agree to these Terms and Conditions which includes the FSC Privacy Policy. All information provided on the FSC website relating to the Event is subject to the FSC Disclaimer. 

Full Registration Fee includes: Admission to the Event, breakfast and refreshments. 

Table Discount: Ten (10) or more members from the same organisation or business earn a discount off full registration fees which is automatically applied at checkout on the ticketing website. In order to obtain a group discount a minimum of ten (10) registrations must be received at one time from the same organisation or business and payment must be made by a single organisation or business invoice or credit card. 

Membership Discount: To qualify for membership prices, your organisation or business must be a current member of the FSC. The current membership list is available on the FSC website. If your organisation or business is not a member, then non-membership prices apply. If you are interested in finding out more about becoming a member, please contact the FSC or click here. 

Accommodation: Attendees who arrange accommodation with the Cordis Hotel Auckland (the Event Venue), do so on their own behalf and the FSC takes no responsibility for any costs, charges or incidentals incurred. 

Liability Disclaimer: The Event organisers and their agents do not accept any liability for any errors or omissions which may appear on the FSC website in relation to the Event or any Event materials or brochures. To the best of our knowledge, comments were correct at the time of writing. The Event organisers and their agents reserve the right to amend any part of the Event without notice. Such amendments may include change of dates and times, substitutions or cancellations of speakers or social functions. The Event organisers and their agents accept no responsibility for the accuracy or content of any oral or written statement made by any speaker or exhibitors at or in connection with the Event. 

Force Majeure Event: The FSC, its suppliers and its agents shall not be liable for any failure or delay to the Event and any associated event arising from attributable to acts, events, omissions or accidents beyond its reasonable control or the reasonable control of our sub-contractors or suppliers as applicable, including, without limitation, strikes or other industrial disputes, failure of a utility service or transport network, act of God, war, riot, civil commotion, terrorism, malicious damage, compliance with any law or governmental order, rule, regulation or direction, accident, breakdown of plant or machinery, fire, flood or storm or pandemic (Force Majeure Event). 

For the avoidance of doubt, a Force Majeure Event includes any COVID-19 Public Health Response Order or similar health order, including any Order Amendments (Health Order) inforce at the time of the Event, that prohibits the holding of the Event and any associated events up to and including the dates of the Event. 

COVID-19 and Health Pandemics:The FSC and Attendees of the Event are required to comply with any applicable Event Venue requirements and adhere to all requirements as per the New Zealand Government’s protocols in accordance with any applicable inforce Health Order at the time of the Event. 

Cancellation Policy: Tickets to the Event may be transferred to another delegate at any time and can be altered directly via the ticketing website where the ticket was purchased or by contacting the FSC. In the instance that the Event is postponed, or held by another medium, tickets will remain valid for the new dates. In the instance that the Event or any associated event is cancelled, tickets are fully refundable. 

Third Party: By agreeing to these Terms and Conditions, you agree to the FSC adding your details to the contact database and sharing your details with third parties connected to the Event, including sponsors and exhibitors and such consent can be withdrawn at any time by contacting the FSC. Contact details and personal information can be amended at any time by contacting the FSC. 

Filming and Photography: The Event organisers will film different aspects of the Event and take photographs at the Event and associated events. These materials remain the property of the FSC and by registering for and attending the Event all Attendees speakers, exhibitors and anyone present give consent to the FSC to use the video footage and photography taken at the Event. 

Copyright Information: All information on the Event is the property of the FSC and may not be reproduced. To contact us with any questions, email us at 

Privacy Policy and Disclaimer:The FSC Privacy Policy, which forms part of these Outlook 2024 Terms and Conditions, is available here and all information provided on the FSC website relating to the Event is subject to the FSC Disclaimer available here.   

The information provided at the Event is for general information purposes only. The views and opinions expressed at the Event are those of the speakers and do not necessarily reflect those of the FSC. The Event is not intended to constitute financial advice and does not take your individual circumstances and financial situation into account. We encourage you to seek assistance from a trusted registered financial adviser, legal or other professional advice. 

The FSC and its employees make no express or implied representations or give any warranties regarding any information provided at the Event and we accept no responsibility for any loss, damage, cost, or expense (whether direct or indirect) incurred by you as a result of any error, omission, or misrepresentation in the information. 

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