UBS number crunching shows BNZ delivered the strongest lending, deposit and revenue growth of the big four banks during the second half of their respective financial years

UBS number crunching shows BNZ delivered the strongest lending, deposit and revenue growth of the big four banks during the second half of their respective financial years

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Not sure how they must be hemorrhaging money to other banks as their TD rates and interest payment structure is terrible. They were simply not interested in my money so i moved it.