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27 Jun 18, 12:00pm
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Commerce & Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi leaving door open for interchange fees to be regulated, wants to see tangible examples of open banking working within a year
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27 Jun 18, 9:38am
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Columbia University's Shang-Jin Wei argues that US criticism of Chinese industrial policy is hypocritical and unfounded
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26 Jun 18, 1:07pm
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Datacom challenges Visa, Mastercard and POLi with new online debit payment tool; Westpac gets on board; ASB and BNZ to follow
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25 Jun 18, 4:55pm
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Government pushes for beneficial ownership register for NZ companies & limited partnerships to stop 'erosion' of New Zealand as a good place for honest business
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25 Jun 18, 2:21pm
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Bernstein's Michael Parker argues the war for talent is a bigger deal for the US and China than a trade war, as both countries strive to develop the most innovative technology
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22 Jun 18, 12:00pm
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ANZ's for-sale NZ finance arm lifts half-year profit 8% to $32.7 million but gives no indication of when its protracted sales process may be completed
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21 Jun 18, 3:42pm
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OMV tells the Commerce Commission depleting gas reserves at the fields it's proposing to buy from Shell will constrain the growth of its market share
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21 Jun 18, 2:10pm
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EU and NZ officials officially kick off negotiations for an FTA that is expected to boost goods trading by 50%
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21 Jun 18, 12:05pm
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RBNZ says banks used by a third party to operate accounts for financial service provider Worldclear probably didn't know about the connection to Worldclear
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21 Jun 18, 10:52am
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UBS points out APRA's focus on debt-to-income levels may significantly reduce the borrowing capacity of many would-be Aussie home buyers
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20 Jun 18, 5:14pm
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The NZ First leader, who has railed against capitalism and neo-liberalism, has cited the strength of the NZX multiple times over the past week to deflect criticism of low business confidence
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20 Jun 18, 9:37am
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UBS argues APRA move on debt-to-income limits could hit Australian investors who have an owner-occupier mortgage and geared investments hard
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18 Jun 18, 12:31pm
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After years of slamming the previous Government for low GDP per capita growth, the Finance Minister is looking down the barrel of yet another very bad quarter of per person growth
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16 Jun 18, 9:20am
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Peer to peer lending facilitator Harmoney is to begin lending money through its own online platform
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14 Jun 18, 4:39pm
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Gareth Vaughan goes in search of a snowball on Great South Road as he continues to probe companies registered on NZ's Financial Service Providers' Register
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14 Jun 18, 1:34pm
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Chairman says bank bosses to be called before Parliament's Finance and Expenditure Select Committee as FMA & RBNZ probe into sector continues
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14 Jun 18, 9:56am
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Peter Zámborský looks at the opportunities for foreign businesses presented by partnering in joint ventures in China's less developed provinces
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13 Jun 18, 10:15am
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Finance Minister says we were only ever a 'roadie' as Westpac economists now see our economy being outperformed by our peers 'for the next few years'
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13 Jun 18, 6:26am
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Internal promotion as Westpac NZ names Ian Hankins its new chief financial officer
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13 Jun 18, 5:00am
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SWIFT tightens grip on international payments network, rolling out new tech to speed up cross-border payments; HSBC first bank in NZ to make upgrade; ANZ & BNZ to follow later this year
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12 Jun 18, 7:15am
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NZ financial service provider Worldclear tackles US firm Akirix in Utah court over US$4.3 mln, says its customers including a Belize bank were 'extorted'
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11 Jun 18, 11:32am
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Bank lobby group wants Privacy Bill's threshold for notifiable privacy breaches lifted
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9 Jun 18, 10:02am
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IMF report, that declared the RBNZ 'materially non-compliant' in 13 of 29 international bank regulatory standards, to be a key sounding board for phase 2 of RBNZ Act review
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8 Jun 18, 10:17am
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Jenée Tibshraeny questions why the Government decided to draw a line in the sand on climate change by threatening an already threatened form of energy - gas
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7 Jun 18, 4:59pm
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The current trade spat is about more than economics. Minxin Pei says while China might avoid a trade war in the short term, the longer term will bring escalating tension, possibly even a full-blown cold war
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