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27 Sep 17, 4:02pm
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The RBNZ eyes May launch for its bank dashboard disclosure regime with previously hostile banks now 'looking forward' to working with their regulator 'on the practical detail'
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27 Sep 17, 10:32am
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'Negligible direct impact on profit' for the Australian parents of NZ's big four banks by scrapping ATM fees
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26 Sep 17, 12:36pm
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Shell company incorporator Ian Taylor, who shot to prominence in 2009 over the activities of SP Trading Ltd, has again been linked to a company involved in illicit weapons dealing
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26 Sep 17, 10:43am
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Siah Hwee Ang on the political boundaries of conducting business when security and economic interests collide
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26 Sep 17, 9:26am
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As the National and Labour/Greens sides both court Winston Peters, here's a look at what he campaigned for in monetary policy and banking, insurance & KiwiSaver
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22 Sep 17, 12:36pm
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With the environment the backbone of the NZ economy, is a National/Green government a possibility in the future? Andrew Campbell and Bryce Edwards share their views
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22 Sep 17, 6:02am
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The FMA issues warnings about NZ's troublesome Financial Service Providers Register in Chinese, Malay and Arabic & admits it's easier to get on it than be removed from it
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21 Sep 17, 11:06am
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GDP grows bang in line with market expectations; per capita GDP grows 0.3% in the quarter; construction activity shrinks again
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20 Sep 17, 11:40am
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Labour Consumer Affairs spokesman Michael Wood says a Labour-led government may cap interest rates & wants Commerce Commission 'properly resourced' to protect consumers
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20 Sep 17, 10:17am
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ANZ's Maile Carnegie says open banking is exciting, ANZ is preparing for it and will need to move fast
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20 Sep 17, 9:11am
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National, Labour and the Greens want to reduce government debt. But is it the right time for political parties to be campaigning on tightening the government’s purse strings?
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19 Sep 17, 11:00am
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As Macquarie spruiks an open banking platform allowing customers to move their business in Australia, we gauge where NZ's big banks and key regulators stand on the open banking concept
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19 Sep 17, 9:41am
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Siah Hwee Ang says Chinese domestic players are now having a bigger influence on what foreign companies need to do to succeed in China
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18 Sep 17, 10:00am
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The NZ Initiative's Eric Crampton is pleased the Labour Party has clarified its tax policy and now wants more detail on the party's plans for labour relations
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16 Sep 17, 6:02am
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Unlicensed forex and derivatives trader, Hurricanes sponsor and Bill English courter Fullerton Markets, applies to FMA for licence with uncertainty hanging over the future of its key man in NZ
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15 Sep 17, 11:23am
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Credit rating agency S&P says NZ banking system capital levels not within the top quartile of global peers, RBNZ enforced higher capital requirements would be a head-wind on debt growth
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15 Sep 17, 11:17am
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Average June quarter net interest margin, cost of funds drops across New Zealand's big five banks 
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14 Sep 17, 1:56pm
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Are we looking to the past for transport solutions for the future? Jen​ée Tibshraeny wades into the transport debate
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14 Sep 17, 10:12am
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Even after a $90 mln impairment, Kiwibank's now largely redundant core banking system upgrade appears to still be valued in the millions
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12 Sep 17, 12:52pm
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Warehouse financial services acquisition to take SBS Bank into credit cards and beef up its fast growing subsidiary Finance Now
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8 Sep 17, 4:24pm
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Strong lending growth continues at three NZ owned banks but profit takes a hit at two of them
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7 Sep 17, 11:49am
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Zhang Jun looks at China's shift to city-led growth
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7 Sep 17, 11:07am
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NZ's Jetfield Networks & Larkstone Ltd, the US$142.5 mln tipped into the alleged Azerbaijani Laundromat, and their formally warned NZ company agent Equity Trust International
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6 Sep 17, 7:33pm
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Three years in FMA CEO Rob Everett disappointed there's only one big NZ P2P lender and at the dearth of SME lending being facilitated
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6 Sep 17, 9:40am
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FMA CEO Rob Everett says banks are anxious about the bank bill benchmark rate with some variance in views on what is acceptable trading conduct
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