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Australian Securities and Investments Commission says about 20% of buy now pay later users cutting back on, or going without, essentials such as food in order to make their payments
17th Nov 20, 8:06am
Australian Securities and Investments Commission says about 20% of buy now pay later users cutting back on, or going without, essentials such as food in order to make their payments
Citi banking analysts see growing optimism in Australia's housing and mortgage markets
10th Nov 20, 9:32am
Citi banking analysts see growing optimism in Australia's housing and mortgage markets
Former head of collapsed Blue Chip group charged with fraud in Australia reportedly after providing tax structuring advice
22nd Jul 20, 12:52pm
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Former head of collapsed Blue Chip group charged with fraud in Australia reportedly after providing tax structuring advice
Both Sharesies and InvestNow hit the $500 million funds under management mark, as COVID-19 has seen people flock to the share market
11th Jun 20, 7:40am
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Both Sharesies and InvestNow hit the $500 million funds under management mark, as COVID-19 has seen people flock to the share market
Morgan Stanley analysts say Westpac may be required to raise capital if Austrac 'bear case' scenario plays out, whilst UBS labels Aussie banks 'global laggards in addressing AML & compliance issues'
29th Nov 19, 7:40am
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Morgan Stanley analysts say Westpac may be required to raise capital if Austrac 'bear case' scenario plays out, whilst UBS labels Aussie banks 'global laggards in addressing AML & compliance issues'
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff denies claim by GC Group, which the FMA says has the potential to mislead investors, that it was the exclusive title sponsor for a campaign fundraising event during his re-election campaign
21st Nov 19, 6:18am
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Auckland Mayor Phil Goff denies claim by GC Group, which the FMA says has the potential to mislead investors, that it was the exclusive title sponsor for a campaign fundraising event during his re-election campaign
Macquarie research shows Aussie parents of NZ's big 4 banks prepared to lend more & a bigger percentage of income to mortgage borrowers than UK, US & Canadian banks
12th Sep 19, 9:34am
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Macquarie research shows Aussie parents of NZ's big 4 banks prepared to lend more & a bigger percentage of income to mortgage borrowers than UK, US & Canadian banks
As ASIC proposes a major crackdown on the peddling of high risk derivative products to retail investors, Gareth Vaughan looks at where the FMA & NZ Government sit on products compared with gambling
7th Sep 19, 8:51am
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As ASIC proposes a major crackdown on the peddling of high risk derivative products to retail investors, Gareth Vaughan looks at where the FMA & NZ Government sit on products compared with gambling
Bell Gully's Richard Massey takes a look at what ASIC's loss in a landmark responsible lending case against Westpac means for New Zealand lenders
19th Aug 19, 9:49am
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Bell Gully's Richard Massey takes a look at what ASIC's loss in a landmark responsible lending case against Westpac means for New Zealand lenders
Australian anti-money laundering regulator AUSTRAC identifies concerns with buy now, pay later service provider Afterpay's AML/CFT compliance and orders probe by external auditor
13th Jun 19, 2:35pm
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Australian anti-money laundering regulator AUSTRAC identifies concerns with buy now, pay later service provider Afterpay's AML/CFT compliance and orders probe by external auditor
Macquarie analysts suggest BNZ's parent National Australia Bank and Westpac NZ's parent the Westpac Banking Corporation may be 'materially understating' their negative equity exposure
17th May 19, 9:57am
Macquarie analysts suggest BNZ's parent National Australia Bank and Westpac NZ's parent the Westpac Banking Corporation may be 'materially understating' their negative equity exposure
Laybuy co-founder Gary Rohloff says buy now pay later providers shouldn't be scared of future government regulation and oversight
10th May 19, 9:24am
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Laybuy co-founder Gary Rohloff says buy now pay later providers shouldn't be scared of future government regulation and oversight
Geof Mortlock argues that New Zealand should follow Australia’s example and have periodic independent capability reviews of our financial regulators
2nd May 19, 12:59pm
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Geof Mortlock argues that New Zealand should follow Australia’s example and have periodic independent capability reviews of our financial regulators
KPMG warns banks of threats to their lucrative credit card business from rivals and regulators if they don't get on the front foot and assist struggling borrowers
14th Feb 19, 5:00am
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KPMG warns banks of threats to their lucrative credit card business from rivals and regulators if they don't get on the front foot and assist struggling borrowers
The emergence and growth of 'buy now, pay later' services has caught the eye of competitors and regulators. Stephen Forbes takes a look at the fast growing sector
1st Feb 19, 12:16pm
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The emergence and growth of 'buy now, pay later' services has caught the eye of competitors and regulators. Stephen Forbes takes a look at the fast growing sector
Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs Kris Faafoi establishing new regulatory powers targeting new credit products
30th Jan 19, 5:00am
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Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs Kris Faafoi establishing new regulatory powers targeting new credit products
Gareth Vaughan argues credit cards should be the first target for our regulators if they're serious about making banks protect or enhance customer interests & outcomes
10th Nov 18, 10:02am
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Gareth Vaughan argues credit cards should be the first target for our regulators if they're serious about making banks protect or enhance customer interests & outcomes
Aussie Royal Commission says bad conduct driven by pursuit of short-term profit at expense of basic standards of honesty. Bank shares rise despite 'day of shame'
28th Sep 18, 5:27pm
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Aussie Royal Commission says bad conduct driven by pursuit of short-term profit at expense of basic standards of honesty. Bank shares rise despite 'day of shame'
Financial Advice New Zealand rejects concerns about mortgage broker commissions raised by Consumer NZ in wake of Aussie Royal Commission
26th Sep 18, 7:19am
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Financial Advice New Zealand rejects concerns about mortgage broker commissions raised by Consumer NZ in wake of Aussie Royal Commission
How unlicensed forex & derivatives trader Fullerton Markets came from nowhere to get its name splashed around high profile Wellington events and sports teams
7th Sep 18, 5:00am
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How unlicensed forex & derivatives trader Fullerton Markets came from nowhere to get its name splashed around high profile Wellington events and sports teams
ASIC reverse mortgage review to see NZ's Heartland Bank work to improve customers' understanding of the long-term implications of reverse mortgages
30th Aug 18, 10:01am
ASIC reverse mortgage review to see NZ's Heartland Bank work to improve customers' understanding of the long-term implications of reverse mortgages
Heartland Bank restructure will leave burgeoning Australian reverse mortgage business free of regulatory capital requirement rules on either side of the Tasman
16th Aug 18, 1:05pm
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Heartland Bank restructure will leave burgeoning Australian reverse mortgage business free of regulatory capital requirement rules on either side of the Tasman
Life insurer accused of mis-selling to Aboriginal people sidesteps questions about its rapid growth in New Zealand 
9th Aug 18, 5:00am
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Life insurer accused of mis-selling to Aboriginal people sidesteps questions about its rapid growth in New Zealand 
Australian Productivity Commission proposes a formal, accountable reporting line to bank board and regulator putting substance to banks' marketing claim they put customers first
7th Aug 18, 10:40am
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Australian Productivity Commission proposes a formal, accountable reporting line to bank board and regulator putting substance to banks' marketing claim they put customers first
As NZ regulators investigate banks' conduct & culture they should take a leaf out of ASIC's book and probe the credit card market too, Gareth Vaughan argues
5th Jul 18, 1:54pm
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As NZ regulators investigate banks' conduct & culture they should take a leaf out of ASIC's book and probe the credit card market too, Gareth Vaughan argues