Bloomfield said previously deficient national tracing system was 'progressing very well'.
The big issue now is Jayne Hrdlicka's exit payment, which could be as much as $20 million.
Australian exchange is a hotbed for traders willing to speculate on a falling share price.
NZ funds likely to sit on sidelines for now.
Dividends sent home dwarf any local spending.
Short-sellers and shareholders are putting the heat on listed firms.
Low interest rates chance to fix infrastructure deficit while stimulating economic growth.
Our procedures make it relatively easy for foreigners to acquire our listed companies.
Political chat is best avoided in the US these days, as the President divides the nation.
COMMENT: Deregulating the banks was a major factor in growth surge.
COMMENT: Tournament years are when World Rugby turns its usual losses into profits.
COMMENT: NZOG advice to take low-ball offer part of trend that risks gutting NZX.
COMMENT: Latest report offers little reason to hope market can be turned around.
COMMENT: Sun and share prices add cheer as revered chairman passes baton.
Focus on milk price and dividends is key to co-op's poor performance.
COMMENT: China and the US may force us to choose between them.
For NZ bank depositors, there may be more falls yet.
Loosening laws spurring big deals but NZ off the pace.
NZX will welcome a company that has a genuine business model and positive earnings.
Spending will be difficult to monitor to ensure taxpayers are getting value for money.
Report says regulator should have held up IPO over solvency fears.
COMMENT: How can we possibly criticise a CEO who achieved such massive profit figures?
COMMENT: New Zealand and Australian markets have soared lately.
COMMENT: Politicians with strong nationalistic policies continue to do well.
Original shareholders' sale of shares unrestricted when Cannasouth lists on NZX.
COMMENT: There are two clear lessons to be learnt from recent US Initial Public Offerings.
The only funds to outperform this NZX benchmark index were two small property funds.
COMMENT: A better deal is needed when companies raise capital.
There are increasing concerns about the performance of several key government entities.
COMMENT: Westland's pending sale to foreign buyer should be warning to industry.
COMMENT: Will Facebook's culture encourage more govts to rein in social media platforms?
COMMENT: Fletcher and a2 Milk have had totally different sharemarket performances recently
COMMENT: Why should directors pay only $36m when unsecured creditors are still owed $110m?
COMMENT: Entrepreneurs and KiwiSavers will be hit if capital gains tax goes ahead.
Houses or shares, which is the best investment? This is a recurring question in NZ.
COMMENT: Change needed to KiwiSaver if New Zealanders are to catch up.
COMMENT: Directors with industry skills, strong emphasis on organic growth key.
Debacle over CBL and previous Westpac Bank issues show supervision isn't up to scratch.
COMMENT: Why overseas ownership of the Big Four is a huge loss to our economy.
COMMENT: Proposed offer for 75 per cent of Restaurant Brands illustrates two developments.
COMMENT: Will elections change or keep the status quo?
Long-running saga ended in the collapse of one of NZ's biggest construction companies.
COMMENT: There are at least five interesting annual meetings left in September.
COMMENT: The major differences between the NZX at present and the frenzied 1980s.
COMMENT: We need younger people with more specific industry experience.
COMMENT: 100-page report into Carillion collapse highlights what's missing in NZ business.