7 Oct 17, 6:02am
Commerce & Consumer Affairs Minister Jacqui Dean pushing for open banking in NZ as part of greater retail payments competition. Notes regulation limiting merchant fees, open access to bank data common overseas
27 Sep 17, 10:32am
'Negligible direct impact on profit' for the Australian parents of NZ's big four banks by scrapping ATM fees
26 Sep 17, 9:22am
New Zealand banks in no rush to follow Australian banks' example and cull ATM fees
20 Sep 17, 11:40am
Labour Consumer Affairs spokesman Michael Wood says a Labour-led government may cap interest rates & wants Commerce Commission 'properly resourced' to protect consumers
1 Sep 17, 3:23pm
Is Harmoney merely an intermediary or is it really a creditor? Here's a look at the key issues in the P2P lender's fees court case brought by the Commerce Commission
28 Aug 17, 9:55am
Key Harmoney borrower's fee at centre of Commerce Commission court proceedings seeking compensation for borrowers
4 Aug 17, 1:57pm
Instant Finance, which offers 'all types of loans for whatever reason,' posts a 10% rise in annual profit and increases Westpac funding facility
2 Aug 17, 9:57am
Peer-to-peer lender Harmoney nudging $27 mln of accumulated losses despite drop in annual expenses and surge in fee income
19 Jul 17, 12:08pm
The Financial Markets Authority gives KiwiSaver providers two options for fee disclosure, outlines its preference 
6 Jul 17, 9:55am
Helpful clarifications seen by law firm in Commerce Commission's finalised Consumer Credit Fees Guidelines
5 Jul 17, 5:02am
How a light touch approach to regulating insurers doesn't work while companies consider disclosing key financial information a box ticking rather than a consumer protection exercise
3 Jul 17, 3:27pm
Commerce Commission's consumer credit fees guidance calls for 'reasonable' fees not used to generate profits or recover costs, but doesn't limit interest rates as long as they're disclosed and not 'oppressively high'
22 Jun 17, 11:26am
First NZ Capital suggests a 10% to 20% increase in homeowners' insurance premiums next year will spur them to shop around
21 Jun 17, 5:02am
The banking industry is seeking the public's views on its proposed new, dramatically thinned down, Code of Banking Practice. But is the new Code too vague?
8 Jun 17, 4:37pm
First skirmish in the Commerce Commission's fees court case against P2P lender Harmoney results in something of a draw
31 May 17, 5:02pm
Rebecca Sellers says it is past time to change our laws with regard to duty of disclosure to insurers, something our Law Commission recommended in 1996
24 Apr 17, 9:43am
NZ-owned banks again rate top for satisfaction in Consumer banking survey
22 Apr 17, 9:46am
As Australia's government prepares to formally review banking competition in its oligopolistic market, should NZ be doing the same?
27 Mar 17, 6:49am
'NZ very different to Australia' mortgage brokers' lobby group argues as ASIC eyes major changes after reviewing mortgage broker remuneration
20 Mar 17, 11:59am
Fair Play on Fees & Kiwibank quietly settle fees dispute following ANZ settlement. BNZ, Westpac cases 'still before the court'


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