credit cards

14 Feb 19, 5:00am
KPMG warns banks of threats to their lucrative credit card business from rivals and regulators if they don't get on the front foot and assist struggling borrowers
12 Feb 19, 9:43am
ANZ NZ to stop offering Mastercard credit cards in April as it goes exclusive with rival Visa
17 Dec 18, 5:00am
Credit card users should take advantage of low-interest cards, balance-transfer deals & interest-free periods, Commerce & Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi says
11 Dec 18, 5:00am
Credit card market 'a real area of customer harm', says The Co-operative Bank's CEO David Cunningham
10 Nov 18, 10:02am
Gareth Vaughan argues credit cards should be the first target for our regulators if they're serious about making banks protect or enhance customer interests & outcomes
14 Oct 18, 8:31am
MoneyHub's Christopher Walsh does a deep dive into the fee detail of using a credit or debit card for making overseas purchases and finds the best options - and some not-so-good ones
10 Oct 18, 1:53pm
A lack of ability to assess financial costs and benefits seems to be behind most people choosing a credit card that isn't right for them. Optimism bias is at work here too
8 Oct 18, 12:17pm
Australian consumers are getting an inquiry into 'excessive' foreign currency conversion fees, so could their New Zealand counterparts also get one?
25 Aug 18, 10:02am
The thief who was able to get a new Q Mastercard issued in someone else's name after stealing their wallet, also obtained a Gem Visa card in the victim's name
23 Aug 18, 5:00am
How a thief was able to have a new FlexiGroup Q Mastercard issued in someone else's name after stealing their wallet
7 Jul 18, 9:29am
Does NZ's new law 'ensuring multinationals pay tax based on the actual economic activity they carry out in NZ' apply to Visa and Mastercard?
5 Jul 18, 1:54pm
As NZ regulators investigate banks' conduct & culture they should take a leaf out of ASIC's book and probe the credit card market too, Gareth Vaughan argues
27 Jun 18, 12:00pm
Commerce & Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi leaving door open for interchange fees to be regulated, wants to see tangible examples of open banking working within a year
12 Jun 18, 12:07pm
Government review of Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Act includes a look at credit card interest rates
2 Jun 18, 7:02am
Although strictly speaking it's outside the RBNZ's mandate, Governor Adrian Orr introducing a much greater focus on consumer outcomes to the central bank is welcome, Gareth Vaughan says
22 Apr 18, 5:45pm
The debate & lobbying over whether retail payments ought to be regulated in NZ bubbled to the surface again this week, with the ball slowly but surely moving firmly into the government's court
13 Feb 18, 6:50am
International technology behemoths such as Google & Facebook are under pressure over their tax strategies, should Visa & Mastercard also be?
15 Dec 17, 12:24pm
Mike Pero Mortgages case study shows the larger your credit card limit, the less you'll be able to borrow to buy a house, regardless of what's owing on your card
3 Nov 17, 10:02am
Money blogger Ryan Johnson on the 'getting rich from property' trap, sustainable frugality, automating your financial plan, the paying off debt vs investing debate, growing wealth to buy back time and more
7 Oct 17, 6:02am
Commerce & Consumer Affairs Minister Jacqui Dean pushing for open banking in NZ as part of greater retail payments competition. Notes regulation limiting merchant fees, open access to bank data common overseas


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