FMA CEO Rob Everett says without regulators' threat to report back to the public banks wouldn't have removed sales incentives on their own, and might have resisted the move if the FMA & RBNZ had just asked them to do it privately

FMA CEO Rob Everett says without regulators' threat to report back to the public banks wouldn't have removed sales incentives on their own, and might have resisted the move if the FMA & RBNZ had just asked them to do it privately
Rob Everett & Adrian Orr probe the banks, by Jacky Carpenter.

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