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Proposed Latitude Group takeover of Humm's consumer finance operations, that would've consolidated their combined BNPL businesses, bites the dust
20th Jun 22, 10:12am
Proposed Latitude Group takeover of Humm's consumer finance operations, that would've consolidated their combined BNPL businesses, bites the dust
SBS Bank happy with Reserve Bank's preferred capital instrument option for mutual banks
12th Jun 22, 2:44pm
SBS Bank happy with Reserve Bank's preferred capital instrument option for mutual banks
Credit bureau Centrix says business debt demand is starting to rise, suggesting improving business confidence
3rd May 22, 5:00am
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Credit bureau Centrix says business debt demand is starting to rise, suggesting improving business confidence
Submitters raise a series of questions and issues they wanted answered and resolved before the RBNZ rolls out a DTI tool
28th Apr 22, 10:04am
Submitters raise a series of questions and issues they wanted answered and resolved before the RBNZ rolls out a DTI tool
Commerce Commission says if the buy now pay later sector is to be dragged under consumer credit regulations, its contracts with customers could be regulated as revolving credit contracts
21st Apr 22, 3:13pm
Commerce Commission says if the buy now pay later sector is to be dragged under consumer credit regulations, its contracts with customers could be regulated as revolving credit contracts
Credit bureau Centrix sees softening demand for consumer debt as arrears on personal loans rise
7th Apr 22, 5:00am
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Credit bureau Centrix sees softening demand for consumer debt as arrears on personal loans rise
Consumer NZ joins consumer advocate groups from 8 other countries to seek regulation of the buy now pay later sector
24th Mar 22, 7:46am
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Consumer NZ joins consumer advocate groups from 8 other countries to seek regulation of the buy now pay later sector
Instant payments, digital identity, open banking, digital wallets & BNPL plus machine learning, tokenisation & biometrics highlighted as areas to watch by Juniper
10th Mar 22, 9:21pm
Instant payments, digital identity, open banking, digital wallets & BNPL plus machine learning, tokenisation & biometrics highlighted as areas to watch by Juniper
Latitude strikes A$335 mln deal to acquire Humm in a consolidation play that bolsters its BNPL offerings
18th Feb 22, 3:52pm
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Latitude strikes A$335 mln deal to acquire Humm in a consolidation play that bolsters its BNPL offerings
BNPL now a common financial tangle for clients of financial mentors, who feel regulation is required to avoid 'bottom of the cliff' scenarios
5th Feb 22, 9:15am
by Toby Allen
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BNPL now a common financial tangle for clients of financial mentors, who feel regulation is required to avoid 'bottom of the cliff' scenarios
Christmas, the summer holidays and now 'back to school' align for some potential buy-now-pay-later pitfalls
1st Feb 22, 4:29pm
by Toby Allen
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Christmas, the summer holidays and now 'back to school' align for some potential buy-now-pay-later pitfalls
Government consultation paper floats three options for addressing financial hardship caused by the buy now, pay later sector
9th Nov 21, 6:35pm
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Government consultation paper floats three options for addressing financial hardship caused by the buy now, pay later sector
Credit bureau Centrix says credit scores, arrears levels and financial hardship cases remain stable across all levels, while the fall in credit demand isn’t as nearly as deep as last year’s 70% fall
3rd Sep 21, 7:39am
Credit bureau Centrix says credit scores, arrears levels and financial hardship cases remain stable across all levels, while the fall in credit demand isn’t as nearly as deep as last year’s 70% fall
Credit bureau Centrix says New Zealand's combined 'credit limit' equates to $59,808 debt for every man, woman and child in the country
28th Jun 21, 2:41pm
Credit bureau Centrix says New Zealand's combined 'credit limit' equates to $59,808 debt for every man, woman and child in the country
Credit bureau Centrix says consumers are continuing to take advantage of record low interest rates; mortgage applications still strong but down from peak in February
8th Jun 21, 11:09am
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Credit bureau Centrix says consumers are continuing to take advantage of record low interest rates; mortgage applications still strong but down from peak in February
Credit bureau Centrix says there's been a 10% increase in the number of households in hardship since the end of the Reserve Bank's mortgage deferral scheme
11th May 21, 10:22am
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Credit bureau Centrix says there's been a 10% increase in the number of households in hardship since the end of the Reserve Bank's mortgage deferral scheme
ASB-linked, Sweden-founded, Klarna is offering Kiwi customers the chance to split their purchase costs into four interest-free payments
4th May 21, 8:33am
by admin
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ASB-linked, Sweden-founded, Klarna is offering Kiwi customers the chance to split their purchase costs into four interest-free payments
Credit bureau Centrix says buy now pay later demand has fallen to its lowest level in nearly a year, but elsewhere credit demand has recovered
13th Apr 21, 8:31am
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Credit bureau Centrix says buy now pay later demand has fallen to its lowest level in nearly a year, but elsewhere credit demand has recovered
Credit bureau Centrix says applications for new credit cards are down 40% since before the onset of Covid; mortgage demand going through the roof; mortgage arrears rising
9th Mar 21, 10:49am
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Credit bureau Centrix says applications for new credit cards are down 40% since before the onset of Covid; mortgage demand going through the roof; mortgage arrears rising
Buy now pay later schemes could end in an unseemly crash as credit card capacity jumps to accommodate settlement obligations, and shoppers recoil as jobs are lost and these unregulated scheme plans can't be changed, David Chaston argues
6th Apr 20, 12:24pm
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Buy now pay later schemes could end in an unseemly crash as credit card capacity jumps to accommodate settlement obligations, and shoppers recoil as jobs are lost and these unregulated scheme plans can't be changed, David Chaston argues