consumers

10th Oct 19, 11:04am
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If we want to assure our export markets and tourists that we are actually a clean sustainable country, we actually have to prove it, freshwater ecologist Russell Death writes for The Spinoff
If we want to assure our export markets and tourists that we are actually a clean sustainable country, we actually have to prove it, freshwater ecologist Russell Death writes for The Spinoff
10th Oct 19, 11:04am
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8th Oct 19, 10:52am
Insurance company IAG's plans to open a trial vehicle repair facility in South Auckland creates concerns about potential anti-competitive behaviour
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Insurance company IAG's plans to open a trial vehicle repair facility in South Auckland creates concerns about potential anti-competitive behaviour
8th Oct 19, 10:52am
30th Sep 19, 8:41am
Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi says he doesn't want to call a financial services royal commission but improvements to conduct and culture are needed
Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi says he doesn't want to call a financial services royal commission but improvements to conduct and culture are needed
30th Sep 19, 8:41am
27th Sep 19, 5:00am
Competitors and regulators weigh in on Harmoney founder Neil Roberts' view that there's no viable peer-to-peer lending model in New Zealand under existing laws
Competitors and regulators weigh in on Harmoney founder Neil Roberts' view that there's no viable peer-to-peer lending model in New Zealand under existing laws
27th Sep 19, 5:00am
26th Sep 19, 9:38am
Government's proposed conduct licensing regime for financial service providers features a high-level fair treatment standard across all retail customer related parts of their business
Government's proposed conduct licensing regime for financial service providers features a high-level fair treatment standard across all retail customer related parts of their business
26th Sep 19, 9:38am
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25th Sep 19, 12:30pm
Government's proposed conduct licensing regime for financial service providers will make them accountable for sales to consumers by contracted intermediaries & ban target-based sales incentives
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Government's proposed conduct licensing regime for financial service providers will make them accountable for sales to consumers by contracted intermediaries & ban target-based sales incentives
25th Sep 19, 12:30pm
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24th Sep 19, 8:52am
Tower says it has a deal to pay $13 million for the 34,000 policies issued by Youi in this country; Tower to raise $47 million to pay for purchase and to boost its own solvency position
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Tower says it has a deal to pay $13 million for the 34,000 policies issued by Youi in this country; Tower to raise $47 million to pay for purchase and to boost its own solvency position
24th Sep 19, 8:52am
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17th Sep 19, 10:11am
Commerce & Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi pledges measures to improve financial services sector conduct shortly as regulators bemoan poor life insurer conduct and culture
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Commerce & Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi pledges measures to improve financial services sector conduct shortly as regulators bemoan poor life insurer conduct and culture
17th Sep 19, 10:11am
12th Sep 19, 12:00pm
NZ Post e-commerce report puts some meat on the bones of the New Zealand buy now, pay later market with women its biggest customers
NZ Post e-commerce report puts some meat on the bones of the New Zealand buy now, pay later market with women its biggest customers
12th Sep 19, 12:00pm
29th Aug 19, 10:34am
Patrick Watson says in the last few months globalization has gone from 'unhealthy' to 'critically ill', with the US-China trade relationship is its heart - and the pulse is slowing fast
Patrick Watson says in the last few months globalization has gone from 'unhealthy' to 'critically ill', with the US-China trade relationship is its heart - and the pulse is slowing fast
29th Aug 19, 10:34am
23rd Aug 19, 5:00am
Ex-RBNZ director Suzanne Snively, now chairing the RBNZ Act review advisory panel, explains to Gareth Vaughan where she feels the 1989 RBNZ Act went wrong and why she's keen for a broader approach today
Ex-RBNZ director Suzanne Snively, now chairing the RBNZ Act review advisory panel, explains to Gareth Vaughan where she feels the 1989 RBNZ Act went wrong and why she's keen for a broader approach today
23rd Aug 19, 5:00am
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19th Aug 19, 12:05pm
We detail and compare what the various buy now, pay later service providers are offering New Zealand consumers in a growing market
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We detail and compare what the various buy now, pay later service providers are offering New Zealand consumers in a growing market
19th Aug 19, 12:05pm
7th Aug 19, 9:45am
FMA CEO Rob Everett says without regulators' threat to report back to the public banks wouldn't have removed sales incentives on their own, and might have resisted the move if the FMA & RBNZ had just asked them to do it privately
FMA CEO Rob Everett says without regulators' threat to report back to the public banks wouldn't have removed sales incentives on their own, and might have resisted the move if the FMA & RBNZ had just asked them to do it privately
7th Aug 19, 9:45am
6th Aug 19, 11:04am
Westpac NZ refunding about 93,000 customers overcharged about $7 million after self-reporting the issues to the Financial Markets Authority and the Commerce Commission
Westpac NZ refunding about 93,000 customers overcharged about $7 million after self-reporting the issues to the Financial Markets Authority and the Commerce Commission
6th Aug 19, 11:04am
25th Jul 19, 5:19pm
New Commerce Commission chairwoman Anna Rawlings says online retail, motor vehicle financing & educating traders about conduct that may contravene cartel laws among areas of focus for the consumer watchdog
New Commerce Commission chairwoman Anna Rawlings says online retail, motor vehicle financing & educating traders about conduct that may contravene cartel laws among areas of focus for the consumer watchdog
25th Jul 19, 5:19pm
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
13th Jul 19, 9:16am
LGNZ says a cap on the liability of councils is needed to address advances in housing construction
LGNZ says a cap on the liability of councils is needed to address advances in housing construction
13th Jul 19, 9:16am
2nd Jul 19, 10:25am
Commerce Commission takes legal action against Wellington-based Real Finance over unreasonable fees and charges
Commerce Commission takes legal action against Wellington-based Real Finance over unreasonable fees and charges
2nd Jul 19, 10:25am
29th Jun 19, 10:02am
The Law Commission dusts off a review of class actions and litigation funding after getting a green light from Minister of Justice Andrew Little to resume stalled project
The Law Commission dusts off a review of class actions and litigation funding after getting a green light from Minister of Justice Andrew Little to resume stalled project
29th Jun 19, 10:02am
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
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

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