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Before the end of 2014.
37% (53 votes)
Not until some time next year.
35% (50 votes)
It won't, this tightening cycle is done and dusted.
28% (40 votes)
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ANZAC recognition of online identities?

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Fitch revises Kiwibank rating outlook up

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Kiwibank's $40m capital injection

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Kiwibank to raise $100 mln

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'No guarantees with large IT projects'

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Kiwibank profit may fall

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BNZ signs up for govt's RealMe

BNZ the 1st of the big 4 banks to sign up for online identity verification service RealMe; Bank commended by Minister of Internal Affairs Peter Dunne

Kiwibank valued at almost $1b

Pushing $1 billion; Equity value of $992 mln placed on Kiwibank in Ernst & Young report done for Treasury

NZ Post, Kiwibank, negative outlook retained

Credit ratings agency Standard & Poor's affirms NZ Post and Kiwibank's A+/A-1 rating but keeps the outlook at 'negative'

Real deal on RealMe for TSB

TSB Bank officially 'goes live' with new service for new customers to prove their identity