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TSB's penalty for breaching anti-money laundering laws reduced by $355k to $3.5 million
31st Aug 21, 10:13am
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TSB's penalty for breaching anti-money laundering laws reduced by $355k to $3.5 million
TSB and the RBNZ reach agreement in precedent-setting court case, proposing TSB pays $3.85 million for breaching anti-money laundering law
22nd Jul 21, 1:52pm
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TSB and the RBNZ reach agreement in precedent-setting court case, proposing TSB pays $3.85 million for breaching anti-money laundering law
RBNZ and TSB in the High Court seeking confirmation TSB has breached the AML/CFT Act, and thus how much it should cough up in penalties
22nd Jul 21, 10:29am
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RBNZ and TSB in the High Court seeking confirmation TSB has breached the AML/CFT Act, and thus how much it should cough up in penalties
TSB lending more money in Auckland than Taranaki as annual profit and housing lending surges. Bank sells its Harmoney loan portfolio
30th Jun 21, 5:23pm
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TSB lending more money in Auckland than Taranaki as annual profit and housing lending surges. Bank sells its Harmoney loan portfolio
RBNZ files High Court statement of claim against TSB for 'acknowledged breaches' of the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act
27th May 21, 1:22pm
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RBNZ files High Court statement of claim against TSB for 'acknowledged breaches' of the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act
The country's key home lenders detail where they're at with COVID-19 related mortgage deferrals as the year long scheme comes to an end
8th Apr 21, 10:14am
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The country's key home lenders detail where they're at with COVID-19 related mortgage deferrals as the year long scheme comes to an end
Encouraged by the RBNZ, one major bank offers a 2.29% one year fixed home loan rate. It is almost certain to signal a new round of mortgage rate cuts that will juice up the already-hot housing market
11th Jan 21, 8:18am
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Encouraged by the RBNZ, one major bank offers a 2.29% one year fixed home loan rate. It is almost certain to signal a new round of mortgage rate cuts that will juice up the already-hot housing market
Mortgage brokers say most banks have had their struggles keeping up with demand in a red hot housing market
16th Dec 20, 10:51am
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Mortgage brokers say most banks have had their struggles keeping up with demand in a red hot housing market
The RBNZ delaying moves to level capital playing field with Aussie owned banks disappoints NZ owned banks, and exclusion from the Funding for Lending Programme disappoints building societies and credit unions
12th Nov 20, 9:40am
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The RBNZ delaying moves to level capital playing field with Aussie owned banks disappoints NZ owned banks, and exclusion from the Funding for Lending Programme disappoints building societies and credit unions
HSBC pushed fixed home loan rate offers lower yet again, with some market-leading low levels for their Premier product. They have cut TD rates as well. Meanwhile other banks are offering cashbacks more liberally
6th Nov 20, 10:27am
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HSBC pushed fixed home loan rate offers lower yet again, with some market-leading low levels for their Premier product. They have cut TD rates as well. Meanwhile other banks are offering cashbacks more liberally
Discussion paper from Payments NZ details the 'building blocks' for a real-time payments system for the future
4th Nov 20, 9:34am
Discussion paper from Payments NZ details the 'building blocks' for a real-time payments system for the future
New Zealand's big five banks felt the icy blast of COVID-19 during the June quarter, with profits and net interest margins down, and cost-to-income ratios and non-performing loans up
26th Aug 20, 9:49am
New Zealand's big five banks felt the icy blast of COVID-19 during the June quarter, with profits and net interest margins down, and cost-to-income ratios and non-performing loans up
A large challenger bank trims home loan rates to near market-leading levels, the first to do so after the RBNZ MPS and the first to line up for the Spring real estate selling season race
17th Aug 20, 5:20pm
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A large challenger bank trims home loan rates to near market-leading levels, the first to do so after the RBNZ MPS and the first to line up for the Spring real estate selling season race
TSB books provision for potential legal action by the RBNZ over alleged non-compliance with anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism requirements
31st Jul 20, 7:41am
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TSB books provision for potential legal action by the RBNZ over alleged non-compliance with anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism requirements
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
Credit unions and building societies are battling away, serving regional New Zealand during these tough times. Could the Provincial Growth Fund, or the RBNZ, help them shore their positions up and even grow?
27th Jun 20, 9:31am
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Credit unions and building societies are battling away, serving regional New Zealand during these tough times. Could the Provincial Growth Fund, or the RBNZ, help them shore their positions up and even grow?
Start date for four regional banking hub pilots pushed back until 'social activity is as close to normal as possible'
19th Jun 20, 1:26pm
Start date for four regional banking hub pilots pushed back until 'social activity is as close to normal as possible'
Banks' 'social licence' to operate is likely to curtail the mass cull of branches for now, but lessons learnt during the COVID-19 crisis means this can't be ruled out longer term
3rd Jun 20, 10:15am
Banks' 'social licence' to operate is likely to curtail the mass cull of branches for now, but lessons learnt during the COVID-19 crisis means this can't be ruled out longer term
Reserve Bank data shows just how significant the initial impact of the COVID-19 crisis has been on New Zealand banks, with smaller NZ owned banks hit hardest
2nd Jun 20, 9:53am
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Reserve Bank data shows just how significant the initial impact of the COVID-19 crisis has been on New Zealand banks, with smaller NZ owned banks hit hardest
TSB launches a virtual bank, saying the COVID-19 crisis has proven customers can still get personal, human service, but more conveniently via a video call
29th May 20, 2:20pm
TSB launches a virtual bank, saying the COVID-19 crisis has proven customers can still get personal, human service, but more conveniently via a video call
BNZ gets back in the ring with a 'special' rate card all below three percent, including all rates for three, four and five years fixed
22nd May 20, 2:07pm
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BNZ gets back in the ring with a 'special' rate card all below three percent, including all rates for three, four and five years fixed
Now its ASB's turn to push down home loan interest rates, with a market leading target at 2.69% for two years fixed, and trumping all their main rivals
22nd May 20, 10:07am
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Now its ASB's turn to push down home loan interest rates, with a market leading target at 2.69% for two years fixed, and trumping all their main rivals
Westpac joins the fray with a market leading two year fixed rate, but doesn't reduce standard rates so the difference grows to unusual levels
21st May 20, 6:38pm
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Westpac joins the fray with a market leading two year fixed rate, but doesn't reduce standard rates so the difference grows to unusual levels
TSB joins ANZ offering a home loan rate of 2.79% fixed for one year. It cuts four other rates, two of them to below 3%. It cuts term deposit rates too
21st May 20, 12:50pm
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TSB joins ANZ offering a home loan rate of 2.79% fixed for one year. It cuts four other rates, two of them to below 3%. It cuts term deposit rates too
Limit on contactless payments increasing to $200 from $80 to encourage consumers not to touch payments terminals. Good for our health, but bad for EFTPOS?
9th Apr 20, 8:00am
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Limit on contactless payments increasing to $200 from $80 to encourage consumers not to touch payments terminals. Good for our health, but bad for EFTPOS?