Welcome to the KangaNews

New Zealand Debt Capital Market Summit 

Wednesday 13 September 2023



The KangaNews New Zealand Debt Capital Market Summit is the pinnacle event in the New Zealand debt capital market calendar, bringing together views from a wide range of issuers, investors and intermediaries.

This event is in-person only. It is taking place on 13 September 2023 at the Hilton Auckland. Attendance is strictly by registration only.


Click to view the working agenda for the KangaNews New Zealand Debt Capital Market Summit 2023. The agenda will be updated as speakers are confirmed - please check back on the event website for the latest updates.


To register for the KangaNews New Zealand Debt Capital Market Summit 2023, please click the register button to open a form in a new window.

Registration is free if you are an investor, issuer/borrower or company looking to access financing or government body (eg ministry, central bank).

For event registration purposes KangaNews defines investors as people who invest solely on behalf of themselves or their own firm, and issuers as people who issue solely on behalf of their own firm. If the job function of a delegate includes investing or issuing on behalf of third-party clients, the individual does not qualify as a bona fide investor or issuer for registration purposes. Issuer, investor and government/regulator passes are not applicable to broker/dealers, traders, structurers, arrangers, lawyers, accountants, trustees, rating agency analysts, or other third-party service providers.

If you are from a bank other than one of the headline sponsors and you are not in the funding/treasury team (so you are not an issuer or investor) please do not register. If you do, your registration will be declined. The KangaNews team will check and verify the registration type you have selected.

If you qualify as a paying delegate, please note that the early bird rate of A$1,395 is available until 13 August 2023. After this date, the delegate fee is A$1,595. If you have three or more delegates that wish to attend from your firm, please contact jmasters@kanganews.com for group rates.

For any other queries regarding the event please contact Jeremy Masters at KangaNews: jmasters@kanganews.com

General conference privacy notice

In registering for this conference, relevant details may be incorporated into a delegate list (name and organisation only). These details plus title and email address, as well as industry group, may be made available to parties directly related to the conference including KangaNews (event organiser) and key sponsors (subject to strict conditions). Should you not wish for your details to be passed on for the above purposes, please email KangaNews at jmasters@kanganews.com


Speaker bios and photos will appear in this section when they have been confirmed. 


Thank you to the headline sponsors of the KangaNews New Zealand Debt Capital Market Summit 2023.

Thank you to the supporting sponsors of the KangaNews New Zealand Debt Capital Market Summit 2023.


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Auckland CBD

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Contact us

For questions regarding the event or for more information, please contact KangaNews

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Sydney, New South Wales 2000

Jeremy Masters
Head of Commercial
T: +61 (2) 8256 5577
E: jmasters@kanganews.com

The KangaNews New Zealand Debt Capital Market Summit is produced by BondNews Limited trading as KangaNews, an independent publishing company (ABN: 96 124 180 454). Level 1, 1 Barrack Street, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia