Two troubled finance companies have failed to provide their annual reports for the period ending March 31.
They are Dominion Finance Holdings, which owes debenture holders $276 million, and Lombard Group whose finance and investment subsidiary owes investors $110 million.
The New Zealand Stock Exchange has given the companies until Monday to file the reports.
If they fail to meet the deadline, the exchange says trading in the companies securities will be suspended.
- NEWSTALK ZB