Business and banking industry news

22 Jul 17, 6:02am
RBNZ ‘materially non-compliant’ in 13 of 29 international bank regulatory and supervision framework standards assessed by the IMF
21 Jul 17, 9:10am
'It has been many years since we have seen so many smiling faces on Australian bankers'
20 Jul 17, 4:42pm
Paula Bennett sees government guidance and market pressure increasing women's pay; Refuses to oblige companies to disclose their gender pay gaps
19 Jul 17, 1:32pm
RBNZ says there are enough incentives for financial institutions to protect themselves from cyber attacks, there's no need for it to introduce cyber security regulations
19 Jul 17, 11:45am
RBNZ puts boot into banks' contingent debt capital, or CoCos, airs concerns about banks taking regulatory arbitrage opportunities and tax benefits, cites a disproportionate call on prudential resources
19 Jul 17, 5:02am
NZ First's Winston Peters blames 'subservient puppetized NZ politicians' for the lack of a probe into the NZ banking system. Says Aussie banks are 'like a hole in the hull of the NZ economy'
18 Jul 17, 12:47pm
Labour proposes smacking multinationals that avoid paying tax with a penalty National doesn't want to go near
18 Jul 17, 10:19am
Rebecca Sellers asks whether New Zealand banks and insurers will be caught by Australia's proposed BEAR senior managers’ regime
18 Jul 17, 5:02am
ANZ calls for Companies Office to verify directors' and shareholders' identities to alleviate AML burden on the likes of banks, law and accountancy firms
17 Jul 17, 12:50pm
Siah Hwee Ang says the 'grand strategy' looks ambitious but needs to be put in perspective of the overall development goal for the year 2049
17 Jul 17, 8:26am
Minxin Pei says the death of an imprisoned Chinese dissident and Nobel Peace Prize laureate shows just how desperately the Chinese Communist Party leadership will defend its political monopoly
14 Jul 17, 10:13am
Economists expect much of the sharp rise seen in the Consumers Price Index during the March quarter to evaporate, led by sharp falls in petrol prices
14 Jul 17, 8:19am
A property market slowdown mixed with rising interest rates is a cocktail that'll become lethal if the next government clamps down on migration, says Infometrics
13 Jul 17, 11:19am
John Ballingall says the inherent vice of globalisation is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of isolationism is the equal sharing of miseries
12 Jul 17, 9:18am
John Ballingall says trade gives households more choice and makes budgets go further. It drives jobs and productivity, even if it does challenge uncompetitive industries
11 Jul 17, 10:28am
Government shares out $1 billion Housing Infrastructure Fund among five councils - mostly in the top half of the North Island
11 Jul 17, 9:06am
The Co-operative Bank says CFO Gareth Fleming is leaving after 10 years at the bank; Fleming recently acted as CEO
11 Jul 17, 9:03am
The Co-operative Bank says it is excited to be offering a new way for its customers to pay online as quickly and easily as possible
11 Jul 17, 9:00am
Trade is getting a bad rap but the concerns relate to other matters, other countries. New Zealand households benefit greatly from liberalised trade says John Ballingall, and the story needs champions
7 Jul 17, 4:31pm
NZBA tells RBNZ to consider the macroeconomic costs of higher capital & demands certainty that capital instruments on issue still meet requirements in its opening salvo on the RBNZ's capital review


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