Ngā pānga moni a ngā MP
Every year, MPs declare their personal interests in a number of specific categories. These include financial interests, such as shares in a company, and other interests, such as being a trustee of a trust. Their interests are then compiled into a Register that is presented to the House.
The Register’s purpose is to provide transparency of MPs’ interests, and to strengthen public trust and confidence in parliamentary processes and decision-making.
Previous registers, amendments and returns
This page contains all previous Registers, amendments, and returns submitted by new MPs outside the regular annual process.