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16 Jun 17, 12:04pm
Less 'would you like fries with that' and more 'needs-based conversations' expected from ANZ staff, as bank changes its remuneration structure
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2 Jun 17, 2:40pm
NZ's largest general insurer wants insurers that aren't locally incorporated to be required to hold a certain amount of assets in NZ; Says there's room for the RBNZ to require insurers to disclose more 
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30 May 17, 11:09am
China's credit rating downgrade underlines need for authorities to keep preventing Chinese from investing their savings overseas, Asia expert says 
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26 May 17, 5:02am
TIP Trailer Services boss Bob Fast on the plans for NZ's biggest finance company UDC under new, Chinese ownership
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10 May 17, 5:29pm
Terry Baucher on how the proliferation of KiwiSaver is making the need for a fully fledged capital gains tax all the more urgent  
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4 May 17, 10:32am
Gareth Morgan on why we should vote for The Opportunities Party when he wants to get his policies implemented but doesn't want to join the parliamentary 'zoo' 
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10 Apr 17, 5:02am
ANZ keen to keep KiwiSaver business to itself, Group CEO Shayne Elliott says, as bank mulls future of its wealth operations
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7 Apr 17, 7:31am
'We absolutely have an interest in helping finance some' of the housing required to overcome Auckland's shortage, ANZ Group CEO Shayne Elliott says
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30 Mar 17, 12:02pm
Land tax, council rates, land acquisition powers, value-capture tax & Auckland Council funding: Murray Sherwin chats to Alex Tarrant about improving NZ's urban planning framework
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28 Mar 17, 10:05am
Olly Newland says only invest in residential property if you don't mind low returns and all the hassles, consider commercial property as an alternative
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24 Mar 17, 2:25pm
James Shaw on how a Labour/Greens Government would reduce government debt while maintaining current levels of spending
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10 Mar 17, 7:40am
China Construction Bank keen to lend for infrastructure, including apartment, development, but aims to do half its lending in the home loan market
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16 Feb 17, 9:21am
Siah Hwee Ang on how NZ can maintain relationships with both China and the US, why Trump's threats won't all materialise and how multilateral trade agreements were always doomed to die
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10 Feb 17, 9:16am
Mt Albert by-election to test how palatable The Opportunities Party's 'radical centrism' will be in the general election; Geoff Simmons explains why 'it's time for something fresh'
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22 Jan 17, 7:02am
Mt Albert by-election reveals extent to which Labour and the Greens see eye-to-eye, as they set their sights on National
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16 Dec 16, 12:44pm
Freelance journalist Diana Clement welcomes the outcome of the Commerce Commission's probe into Youi that lent heavily on her work, but isn't convinced the company has mended its ways
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25 Nov 16, 7:32am
What needs to be done to ensure the left doesn't fail NZ as it did the US and UK, according to 22-year-old Green Party candidate Chlöe Swarbrick
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24 Nov 16, 10:06am
Investigative journalist David Cay Johnston on Donald Trump: 'He talks like a 13 year-old boy struggling with puberty & will tell you whatever he needs to tell you to get what he wants'
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12 Nov 16, 5:02am
Invest cautiously, diversify and reduce your exposure to interest rate sensitive markets, Martin Hawes advises
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7 Nov 16, 7:21am
The Co-operative Bank enters the credit card market striving to 'shift the debate' to interest rates and fees and away from loyalty schemes
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