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18th Mar 21, 10:08am
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
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
13th Feb 21, 9:31am
Gareth Vaughan on whether COVID corporate winners should share their profits with COVID corporate losers, Dr Doom vs crypto-currency spruikers, central bank cryptos & Fed boss gets serious about unemployment
Gareth Vaughan on whether COVID corporate winners should share their profits with COVID corporate losers, Dr Doom vs crypto-currency spruikers, central bank cryptos & Fed boss gets serious about unemployment
13th Feb 21, 9:31am
28th Jan 21, 3:13pm
Google Pay and banking-as-a-service business model seen making competitive landscape tougher for banks
Google Pay and banking-as-a-service business model seen making competitive landscape tougher for banks
28th Jan 21, 3:13pm
10th Dec 20, 4:37pm
S&P expects central bank digital currencies to be developed in a way that enables financial institutions to continue to play a major role in the financial system
S&P expects central bank digital currencies to be developed in a way that enables financial institutions to continue to play a major role in the financial system
10th Dec 20, 4:37pm
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10th Dec 20, 12:08pm
Government outlines wide ranging merchant service fee regulation proposals including 'hard caps' on interchange fees
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Government outlines wide ranging merchant service fee regulation proposals including 'hard caps' on interchange fees
10th Dec 20, 12:08pm
10th Dec 20, 6:11am
Macquarie analysts argue commercial banks and fintech will exist solely at the grace of central banks and their earnings will be determined by them
Macquarie analysts argue commercial banks and fintech will exist solely at the grace of central banks and their earnings will be determined by them
10th Dec 20, 6:11am
4th Nov 20, 9:34am
Discussion paper from Payments NZ details the 'building blocks' for a real-time payments system for the future
Discussion paper from Payments NZ details the 'building blocks' for a real-time payments system for the future
4th Nov 20, 9:34am
14th Oct 20, 9:48am
Reserve Bank's Geoff Bascand says the prudential regulator has seen 'instances and indicators of some vulnerability' in banks' payment systems
Reserve Bank's Geoff Bascand says the prudential regulator has seen 'instances and indicators of some vulnerability' in banks' payment systems
14th Oct 20, 9:48am
9th Sep 20, 4:08pm
Labour pledges 'regulation of the price' as it eyes introduction of merchant service fee regulation in New Zealand, should it be returned to government in the October 17 election
Labour pledges 'regulation of the price' as it eyes introduction of merchant service fee regulation in New Zealand, should it be returned to government in the October 17 election
9th Sep 20, 4:08pm
6th Aug 20, 9:34am
Retail NZ and banks trumpet cuts in Visa & Mastercard interchange fees and merchants' contactless debit fees, but Commerce & Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi wants more competition
Retail NZ and banks trumpet cuts in Visa & Mastercard interchange fees and merchants' contactless debit fees, but Commerce & Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi wants more competition
6th Aug 20, 9:34am
1st Aug 20, 11:29am
Paymark increasing monthly Eftpos terminal fees by 28.6% from September to enable it to offer retailers 'the fastest, most secure mechanism for transferring funds'
Paymark increasing monthly Eftpos terminal fees by 28.6% from September to enable it to offer retailers 'the fastest, most secure mechanism for transferring funds'
1st Aug 20, 11:29am
7th Jul 20, 11:17am
Ian Woolford, who oversaw RBNZ's review of bank capital requirements, moves to new role as RBNZ's Head of Money and Cash
Ian Woolford, who oversaw RBNZ's review of bank capital requirements, moves to new role as RBNZ's Head of Money and Cash
7th Jul 20, 11:17am
26th Jun 20, 11:51am
Big banks starting to unwind COVID-19 inspired free contactless debit transactions for small business customers
Big banks starting to unwind COVID-19 inspired free contactless debit transactions for small business customers
26th Jun 20, 11:51am
25th Jun 20, 9:37am
The Bank for International Settlements reports that contactless payments have surged globally since the onset of Covid-19, but precautionary holdings of cash have risen as well
The Bank for International Settlements reports that contactless payments have surged globally since the onset of Covid-19, but precautionary holdings of cash have risen as well
25th Jun 20, 9:37am
11th Jun 20, 11:30am
Bernstein analysts look at why the pandemic inspired increases in non-cash payments and e-commerce are likely here to stay
Bernstein analysts look at why the pandemic inspired increases in non-cash payments and e-commerce are likely here to stay
11th Jun 20, 11:30am
26th Apr 20, 7:31am
Labour's government support partners would back regulation of retail payments as part of moves to stimulate the economy after the crushing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic
Labour's government support partners would back regulation of retail payments as part of moves to stimulate the economy after the crushing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic
26th Apr 20, 7:31am
16th Apr 20, 5:00am
In the fifth and final part of a series on New Zealand's retail payment systems Gareth Vaughan lays out a roadmap for regulating the retail payments sector and outlines why this should be done
In the fifth and final part of a series on New Zealand's retail payment systems Gareth Vaughan lays out a roadmap for regulating the retail payments sector and outlines why this should be done
16th Apr 20, 5:00am
8th Apr 20, 10:00am
In the fourth part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan looks at EFTPOS and COVID-19, and finds banks in charge of implementing some of the key technologies that could crimp their revenues
In the fourth part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan looks at EFTPOS and COVID-19, and finds banks in charge of implementing some of the key technologies that could crimp their revenues
8th Apr 20, 10:00am
28th Mar 20, 10:32am
In the third part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan looks at the complications of interchange & merchant service fees and finds a government minister still waving a regulatory stick
In the third part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan looks at the complications of interchange & merchant service fees and finds a government minister still waving a regulatory stick
28th Mar 20, 10:32am
22nd Mar 20, 8:40am
In the second part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan looks at how New Zealand's regulatory oversight of retail payments is behind where Australia was at in 2001
In the second part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan looks at how New Zealand's regulatory oversight of retail payments is behind where Australia was at in 2001
22nd Mar 20, 8:40am
21st Mar 20, 10:00am
In the first part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan details the scale of key players Visa & Mastercard, looks at how & why they pay a miniscule amount of tax & how interchange works
In the first part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan details the scale of key players Visa & Mastercard, looks at how & why they pay a miniscule amount of tax & how interchange works
21st Mar 20, 10:00am
19th Mar 20, 3:50pm
RBNZ says there's enough cash to 'meet demand under any circumstances' while banks and electronic payments systems are 'prepared, resilient, and will keep operating'
RBNZ says there's enough cash to 'meet demand under any circumstances' while banks and electronic payments systems are 'prepared, resilient, and will keep operating'
19th Mar 20, 3:50pm
26th Feb 20, 10:11am
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Minister for Small Business Stuart Nash 'prepared to legislate if necessary' to speed up late payments from large organisations to smaller suppliers
Minister for Small Business Stuart Nash 'prepared to legislate if necessary' to speed up late payments from large organisations to smaller suppliers
26th Feb 20, 10:11am
16th Dec 19, 9:48am
Latitude & Mastercard deal to allow customers of Latitude's Genoapay to buy now pay later globally anywhere Mastercard is accepted, with travel & shopping credit card to follow
Latitude & Mastercard deal to allow customers of Latitude's Genoapay to buy now pay later globally anywhere Mastercard is accepted, with travel & shopping credit card to follow
16th Dec 19, 9:48am
7th Nov 19, 4:55pm
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Morten Bech and Codruta Boar of the Bank for International Settlements cast an eye over the ever evolving payments landscape
Morten Bech and Codruta Boar of the Bank for International Settlements cast an eye over the ever evolving payments landscape
7th Nov 19, 4:55pm

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