With its roots and charitable trust ownership in Taranaki, TSB is growing in other parts of New Zealand. So does it look to distribute profits outside its home province?

With its roots and charitable trust ownership in Taranaki, TSB is growing in other parts of New Zealand. So does it look to distribute profits outside its home province?
TSB's Hastings branch. Photo: Supplied.

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I'd join if they did. Been too lazy to change from one of big four so far but a little catalyst like that might be enough.

I had a wonderful experience joining them yesterday. Would suggest you contact them, they are heaps helpful. In person, on the phone, etc.

Been with them for about 5 years, nothing but good experiences so far.

Don't expect them to distribute too much in coming years as they will need to retain profits to reach the new RBNZ capital levels. They don't have any other source of capital.