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Banks' loan provisioning on the rise as the economic picture darkens, KPMG's latest quarterly Financial Institutions Performance Survey says
29th Jun 22, 10:45am
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Banks' loan provisioning on the rise as the economic picture darkens, KPMG's latest quarterly Financial Institutions Performance Survey says
Guy Trafford reviews the 156 page official June update of the outlook for the primary sector, and finds an optimistic view. A lot still depends on Chinese demand but sector and market diversification is happening
29th Jun 22, 10:21am
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Guy Trafford reviews the 156 page official June update of the outlook for the primary sector, and finds an optimistic view. A lot still depends on Chinese demand but sector and market diversification is happening
Whilst loan volume growth will likely be lower, loans may prove stickier for banks as economic conditions toughen for borrowers, KPMG says
13th Apr 22, 9:30am
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Whilst loan volume growth will likely be lower, loans may prove stickier for banks as economic conditions toughen for borrowers, KPMG says
New Zealand banks' annual funding costs sink as big banks tighten grip on lending market
9th Mar 22, 10:53am
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New Zealand banks' annual funding costs sink as big banks tighten grip on lending market
KPMG's annual Financial Institutions Performance Survey probes why banks got their Covid-19 loan provisioning so wrong
9th Mar 22, 10:34am
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KPMG's annual Financial Institutions Performance Survey probes why banks got their Covid-19 loan provisioning so wrong
How has the composition of NZ's top 10 non-bank financial institutions changed over the past decade and does this say anything about the economy?
18th Dec 21, 8:03am
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How has the composition of NZ's top 10 non-bank financial institutions changed over the past decade and does this say anything about the economy?
Will changes to credit contracts and consumer finance laws lead to a government-induced credit crunch or protect borrowers from predatory lending?
16th Dec 21, 5:00am
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Will changes to credit contracts and consumer finance laws lead to a government-induced credit crunch or protect borrowers from predatory lending?
Off the back of strong growth over several years, Avanti Finance is now New Zealand's second biggest non-bank lender
14th Dec 21, 7:58am
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Off the back of strong growth over several years, Avanti Finance is now New Zealand's second biggest non-bank lender
Some 263,000 people set to have their savings shifted to a new KiwiSaver scheme under the new default provider arrangements
29th Sep 21, 2:54pm
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Some 263,000 people set to have their savings shifted to a new KiwiSaver scheme under the new default provider arrangements
Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister David Clark says buy now, pay later networks could be regulated in push to reduce costs for merchants and consumers
25th Sep 21, 9:41am
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Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister David Clark says buy now, pay later networks could be regulated in push to reduce costs for merchants and consumers
NZ banks' housing lending continues rising as a percentage of their overall lending as business and agriculture lending heads in the opposite direction
23rd Sep 21, 9:40am
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NZ banks' housing lending continues rising as a percentage of their overall lending as business and agriculture lending heads in the opposite direction
Helped by strong housing lending, New Zealand's banks appear set to top $6 billion in annual profit this year for the first time
10th Aug 21, 3:05pm
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Helped by strong housing lending, New Zealand's banks appear set to top $6 billion in annual profit this year for the first time
Gareth Vaughan on the limits to growth 49 years on; @boner4bitcoin & friends; will China's economy overtake the US; BoJ's 0% climate change loans & how OCR hikes will benefit the Aussie banks
21st Jul 21, 9:59am
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Gareth Vaughan on the limits to growth 49 years on; @boner4bitcoin & friends; will China's economy overtake the US; BoJ's 0% climate change loans & how OCR hikes will benefit the Aussie banks
The Australian Government leadership is now dominated by two throwback climate change sceptics. Guy Trafford assesses where they are going, and why New Zealand may benefit
25th Jun 21, 10:52am
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The Australian Government leadership is now dominated by two throwback climate change sceptics. Guy Trafford assesses where they are going, and why New Zealand may benefit
A lack of cyber security regulation, loan provision releases racking up, COVID-19 challenges forward looking loss provisioning models, climate-related accounting standards & more
23rd Jun 21, 10:35am
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A lack of cyber security regulation, loan provision releases racking up, COVID-19 challenges forward looking loss provisioning models, climate-related accounting standards & more
Guy Trafford reviews KPMG’s Agribusiness Agenda 2021 document and isn't impressed by the attempt to be trendy and assume the rest of the world will adopt our politicised worldview
23rd Jun 21, 9:34am
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Guy Trafford reviews KPMG’s Agribusiness Agenda 2021 document and isn't impressed by the attempt to be trendy and assume the rest of the world will adopt our politicised worldview
KPMG report on summer cyber attack on the RBNZ highlights greater use of the hacked system than had been intended, placing more information than necessary at risk
31st May 21, 2:39pm
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KPMG report on summer cyber attack on the RBNZ highlights greater use of the hacked system than had been intended, placing more information than necessary at risk
How do you solve a problem like dual purpose expenditure? Terry Baucher and John Cantin explore that and other thorny tax issues, and the side-lining of our internationally respected tax consultation process
2nd May 21, 11:24am
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How do you solve a problem like dual purpose expenditure? Terry Baucher and John Cantin explore that and other thorny tax issues, and the side-lining of our internationally respected tax consultation process
New Zealand banks' personnel expenses rose 9% last year to more than $3.2 billion as they added more than 600 staff
24th Feb 21, 10:07am
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New Zealand banks' personnel expenses rose 9% last year to more than $3.2 billion as they added more than 600 staff
KPMG's annual Financial Institutions Performance Survey shows bank funding costs the lowest they've been for at least 34 years
24th Feb 21, 10:06am
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KPMG's annual Financial Institutions Performance Survey shows bank funding costs the lowest they've been for at least 34 years
With a debt-to-income ratio tool back on the table, Gareth Vaughan looks at the political and other challenges the RBNZ needs to overcome to be granted the financial stability tool
15th Dec 20, 11:47am
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With a debt-to-income ratio tool back on the table, Gareth Vaughan looks at the political and other challenges the RBNZ needs to overcome to be granted the financial stability tool
KPMG suggests banks may need to refine the expected credit loss modelling used in their loan loss provisioning in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis
23rd Sep 20, 7:37am
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KPMG suggests banks may need to refine the expected credit loss modelling used in their loan loss provisioning in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis
In interest.co.nz's Election Series, KPMG's John Cantin asks whether we have our tax settings right as NZ battles the COVID-19 crisis and other 21st century challenges
10th Aug 20, 5:54am
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In interest.co.nz's Election Series, KPMG's John Cantin asks whether we have our tax settings right as NZ battles the COVID-19 crisis and other 21st century challenges
KPMG shines spotlight on how the COVID-19 crisis has brought a lack of financial resilience to the fore, suggesting a need for greater financial planning
3rd Jul 20, 10:29am
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KPMG shines spotlight on how the COVID-19 crisis has brought a lack of financial resilience to the fore, suggesting a need for greater financial planning
Financial Markets Authority spotlight to go on any investment products for retail investors designed to meet banks' new regulatory capital requirements
20th Feb 20, 9:34am
Financial Markets Authority spotlight to go on any investment products for retail investors designed to meet banks' new regulatory capital requirements