IMF

21st Sep 19, 10:48am
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The IMF finds New Zealand's economy has a loss of momentum with risks to the downside, despite operating close to potential. It likes the new fiscal flexibility and the RBNZ's plans to increase bank capital
The IMF finds New Zealand's economy has a loss of momentum with risks to the downside, despite operating close to potential. It likes the new fiscal flexibility and the RBNZ's plans to increase bank capital
21st Sep 19, 10:48am
14th Sep 19, 12:00pm
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Stephen Grenville sees Argentina's latest external funding crisis as further proof of a failed approach by the International Monetary Fund, and underscores the need for reform at the IMF itself
Stephen Grenville sees Argentina's latest external funding crisis as further proof of a failed approach by the International Monetary Fund, and underscores the need for reform at the IMF itself
14th Sep 19, 12:00pm
29th Aug 19, 4:11pm
San Francisco Federal Reserve President Mary Daly on using monetary policy tools pre-emptively, running a hot economy, testing the limits of full employment and upping government spending
San Francisco Federal Reserve President Mary Daly on using monetary policy tools pre-emptively, running a hot economy, testing the limits of full employment and upping government spending
29th Aug 19, 4:11pm
29th Aug 19, 9:16am
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Live-streamed video of the keynote lecture by Mary Daly, President of the San Francisco Federal Reserve given at Te Papa, Wellington
Live-streamed video of the keynote lecture by Mary Daly, President of the San Francisco Federal Reserve given at Te Papa, Wellington
29th Aug 19, 9:16am
10th Aug 19, 12:35pm
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Despite seeming unlikely right now, ultimately both America and China might see some advantage in taking currency conflict off the table, in the hope of preventing wider damage to themselves and others
Despite seeming unlikely right now, ultimately both America and China might see some advantage in taking currency conflict off the table, in the hope of preventing wider damage to themselves and others
10th Aug 19, 12:35pm
25th Jul 19, 10:22am
Patrick Watson says using tariffs and other trade barriers isn't how we got the strong economy some current leaders idealise, noting they often deliver the opposite
Patrick Watson says using tariffs and other trade barriers isn't how we got the strong economy some current leaders idealise, noting they often deliver the opposite
25th Jul 19, 10:22am
20th Jul 19, 11:42am
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Christine Lagarde’s departure from the International Monetary Fund represents a golden opportunity to reconsider its global role. What should her successor's priorities be?
Christine Lagarde’s departure from the International Monetary Fund represents a golden opportunity to reconsider its global role. What should her successor's priorities be?
20th Jul 19, 11:42am
1st Jul 19, 2:49pm
RBNZ publishes submissions on its bank regulatory capital proposals and a summary of them, offers no specific response but highlights IMF, OECD and S&P comments on stronger bank capital
RBNZ publishes submissions on its bank regulatory capital proposals and a summary of them, offers no specific response but highlights IMF, OECD and S&P comments on stronger bank capital
1st Jul 19, 2:49pm
27th Jun 19, 7:32am
Deputy Governor Geoff Bascand signals shift in Reserve Bank regulatory approach to a more pro-active, more intensive and more intrusive one after recent shortcomings emerged at banks and insurers
Deputy Governor Geoff Bascand signals shift in Reserve Bank regulatory approach to a more pro-active, more intensive and more intrusive one after recent shortcomings emerged at banks and insurers
27th Jun 19, 7:32am
26th Jun 19, 3:34pm
The IMF and OECD weigh in on the RBNZ's proposals to increase bank capital requirements, and the Government's proposal for protection for bank depositors
The IMF and OECD weigh in on the RBNZ's proposals to increase bank capital requirements, and the Government's proposal for protection for bank depositors
26th Jun 19, 3:34pm
26th Jun 19, 10:57am
IMF cautions the Reserve Bank about any further loosening of the 'speed limits' on high loan to value residential lending; welcomes prospect of introduction of vacant land tax and says Govt could go 'broader'
IMF cautions the Reserve Bank about any further loosening of the 'speed limits' on high loan to value residential lending; welcomes prospect of introduction of vacant land tax and says Govt could go 'broader'
26th Jun 19, 10:57am
31st May 19, 10:05am
Raymond Yeung, ANZ’s chief economist for greater China, says the US-China trade war is more complicated than it initially seemed, with China's growing role as a technology powerhouse a key factor
Raymond Yeung, ANZ’s chief economist for greater China, says the US-China trade war is more complicated than it initially seemed, with China's growing role as a technology powerhouse a key factor
31st May 19, 10:05am
24th May 19, 1:02pm
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the Government appears to have the balance right given mixed responses to planned changes to its debt target 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the Government appears to have the balance right given mixed responses to planned changes to its debt target 
24th May 19, 1:02pm
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17th May 19, 1:18pm
RBNZ revokes ANZ NZ's accreditation to model its own capital requirements due to 'persistent failure' in its controls and attestation, bank must increase minimum capital for operational risk by 60% to $760m
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RBNZ revokes ANZ NZ's accreditation to model its own capital requirements due to 'persistent failure' in its controls and attestation, bank must increase minimum capital for operational risk by 60% to $760m
17th May 19, 1:18pm
16th May 19, 10:00am
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Chapman Tripp's Mark Reese​​​​​​​ and Ross Pennington suggest the RBNZ's proposals to increase the big four banks' capital requirements would benefit from an arbiter
Chapman Tripp's Mark Reese​​​​​​​ and Ross Pennington suggest the RBNZ's proposals to increase the big four banks' capital requirements would benefit from an arbiter
16th May 19, 10:00am
7th Apr 19, 2:43pm
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The IMF looks at housing markets in key economies, including the US, Canada, Australia and China. They identify key vulnerabilities and suggest what policy makers everwhere need to prepare for
The IMF looks at housing markets in key economies, including the US, Canada, Australia and China. They identify key vulnerabilities and suggest what policy makers everwhere need to prepare for
7th Apr 19, 2:43pm
26th Feb 19, 4:51pm
Finance Minister Grant Robertson remains upbeat about an EU free trade agreement and the New Zealand economy despite global volatility
Finance Minister Grant Robertson remains upbeat about an EU free trade agreement and the New Zealand economy despite global volatility
26th Feb 19, 4:51pm
26th Feb 19, 5:00am
Deloitte report on RBNZ's bank director attestation regime calls for APRA-style prescriptive prudential standard on risk management
Deloitte report on RBNZ's bank director attestation regime calls for APRA-style prescriptive prudential standard on risk management
26th Feb 19, 5:00am
2nd Feb 19, 10:56am
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Fathom Consulting's Andrew Bridgen said a year ago a US recession is due in 2020. He reviews the prescience of economists and market observers in spotting recessions before they arrive
Fathom Consulting's Andrew Bridgen said a year ago a US recession is due in 2020. He reviews the prescience of economists and market observers in spotting recessions before they arrive
2nd Feb 19, 10:56am
6th Nov 18, 5:12pm
In the wake of the bank conduct & culture review, Gareth Vaughan argues more sunlight is needed on the RBNZ's DIY regulatory regime
In the wake of the bank conduct & culture review, Gareth Vaughan argues more sunlight is needed on the RBNZ's DIY regulatory regime
6th Nov 18, 5:12pm

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