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Payments NZ CEO Steve Wiggins says NZ not behind other countries on open banking due to banks' influence, seeks 'joined up view' from regulators
18th Nov 23, 9:21am
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Payments NZ CEO Steve Wiggins says NZ not behind other countries on open banking due to banks' influence, seeks 'joined up view' from regulators
Like plumbing did for water, the ‘consumer data right’ could make your personal data safer and easier to share
18th Sep 23, 11:23am
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Like plumbing did for water, the ‘consumer data right’ could make your personal data safer and easier to share
Privacy protection, accreditation regime & fit and proper person test included in proposed law overseeing consumer data right
23rd Jun 23, 9:08am
Privacy protection, accreditation regime & fit and proper person test included in proposed law overseeing consumer data right
Overcoming preconceptions: How big data can get and hold a social licence
28th Jan 23, 4:21pm
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Overcoming preconceptions: How big data can get and hold a social licence
Markus Luczak-Roesch argues it’s not just Twitter, the whole Internet is broken and we’d better fix it soon
8th Dec 22, 9:08am
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Markus Luczak-Roesch argues it’s not just Twitter, the whole Internet is broken and we’d better fix it soon
Economist Brian Easton says we should try to to evaluate our social policies systematically. But big data has limitations
12th Sep 22, 9:23am
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Economist Brian Easton says we should try to to evaluate our social policies systematically. But big data has limitations
Returning from the UK, new Westpac NZ CEO Catherine McGrath says lending processes have got more difficult here, whilst they've got easier in the UK
13th Dec 21, 10:58am
Returning from the UK, new Westpac NZ CEO Catherine McGrath says lending processes have got more difficult here, whilst they've got easier in the UK
Diane Coyle highlights the risks of entrusting more decisions to machine-learning and artificial-intelligence systems
17th Apr 21, 11:56am
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Diane Coyle highlights the risks of entrusting more decisions to machine-learning and artificial-intelligence systems
Bank for International Settlements paper argues an approach combining financial regulation, competition policy and data privacy is required for regulating big tech's push into financial services
18th Mar 21, 10:08am
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Bank for International Settlements paper argues an approach combining financial regulation, competition policy and data privacy is required for regulating big tech's push into financial services
RBNZ deputy governor and manager for financial stability Geoff Bascand airs concerns about open banking, sounds lukewarm on the prospect of regulating merchant service fees
15th Oct 20, 9:42am
RBNZ deputy governor and manager for financial stability Geoff Bascand airs concerns about open banking, sounds lukewarm on the prospect of regulating merchant service fees
Author and Macquarie strategist Viktor Shvets on the impact of the Information Age and financialization, and how they are creating a different, new world
3rd Sep 20, 11:19am
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Author and Macquarie strategist Viktor Shvets on the impact of the Information Age and financialization, and how they are creating a different, new world
Monthly Xero Small Business Insights data series showed promising signs for revenue and employment overall in July, before Auckland's August Level 3 lockdown
31st Aug 20, 5:00am
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Monthly Xero Small Business Insights data series showed promising signs for revenue and employment overall in July, before Auckland's August Level 3 lockdown
MBIE sees case for government intervention to establish a consumer data right to 'help give consumers access to a wider range of products & services that better meet their needs'
5th Aug 20, 12:12pm
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MBIE sees case for government intervention to establish a consumer data right to 'help give consumers access to a wider range of products & services that better meet their needs'
Diane Coyle call on governments to develop a plan for managing new critical data resources before it is too late and captured by Big Tech
27th Feb 20, 11:00am
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Diane Coyle call on governments to develop a plan for managing new critical data resources before it is too late and captured by Big Tech
Our third story on a UBS report on banking's industrial revolution looks at the impact of climate change, the gig economy, consumers controlling their own data, cyber security and more
27th Jun 19, 2:50pm
Our third story on a UBS report on banking's industrial revolution looks at the impact of climate change, the gig economy, consumers controlling their own data, cyber security and more
As open banking in New Zealand slowly grinds into action, we look at what data of theirs banks' customers will be able to share with third parties
24th Jun 19, 9:44am
As open banking in New Zealand slowly grinds into action, we look at what data of theirs banks' customers will be able to share with third parties
Services enabled by open banking that are proving popular in the UK include aggregation services, personal financial management tools, credit checking, lending to small businesses and mortgages
13th Jun 19, 1:17pm
Services enabled by open banking that are proving popular in the UK include aggregation services, personal financial management tools, credit checking, lending to small businesses and mortgages
Xero has the opportunity to target the demand for SME lending that's not met by the major banks and leverage customer data for payments growth, Morgan Stanley analysts argue
30th May 19, 10:19am
Xero has the opportunity to target the demand for SME lending that's not met by the major banks and leverage customer data for payments growth, Morgan Stanley analysts argue
ANZ NZ CEO David Hisco suggests he won't be personally rushing to embrace open banking as Minister Kris Faafoi awaits 'concrete plans' from banks on how they will provide access to third-parties
9th May 19, 10:43am
ANZ NZ CEO David Hisco suggests he won't be personally rushing to embrace open banking as Minister Kris Faafoi awaits 'concrete plans' from banks on how they will provide access to third-parties
Tom Maasland & Richard Wells of MinterEllisonRuddWatts take a look at the promises and challenges of open banking for banks
25th Jun 18, 9:54am
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Tom Maasland & Richard Wells of MinterEllisonRuddWatts take a look at the promises and challenges of open banking for banks
Tom Maasland and Richard Wells of MinterEllisonRuddWatts delve into the impacts and influence of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation for banks
22nd Jun 18, 10:00am
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Tom Maasland and Richard Wells of MinterEllisonRuddWatts delve into the impacts and influence of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation for banks
Tom Coupé on Artificial Intelligence including computers reaching human-like intelligence, will we lose our jobs, self-driving cars, Mark Zuckerberg's trash & more
20th Apr 18, 10:00am
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Tom Coupé on Artificial Intelligence including computers reaching human-like intelligence, will we lose our jobs, self-driving cars, Mark Zuckerberg's trash & more
Westpac Australia says introducing open banking could cost it more than A$200 mln and its customers up to A$250 mln a year
17th Apr 18, 4:58pm
Westpac Australia says introducing open banking could cost it more than A$200 mln and its customers up to A$250 mln a year
Aussie consumer groups cite Facebook-Cambridge Analytica type data dangers for consumers in move to open banking
2nd Apr 18, 8:01am
Aussie consumer groups cite Facebook-Cambridge Analytica type data dangers for consumers in move to open banking
CEO Jeff Greenslade details why Heartland Bank is moving aggressively into digital banking and data use and away from traditional branch banking
21st Nov 17, 3:33pm
CEO Jeff Greenslade details why Heartland Bank is moving aggressively into digital banking and data use and away from traditional branch banking