New Zealand's Australian owned banks deliver their shareholders a stellar September quarter as Kiwibank wrestles with its core banking system impairment

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New Zealand's Australian owned banks deliver their shareholders a stellar September quarter

Well of course. Any other industry that had the ability to operate like a bank should be delivering superb ROI for investors.

Unless you're Kiwibank. Good use of tax dollars eh

Unless you try an implement an SAP solution. Good use of....well, no ones dollars really

The only industry in NZ that can never lose.

Peasants force fed fees whilst shareholders served Dom Perignon.