KiwiSaver

8 Jun 17, 7:40am
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KiwiSaver providers will soon be made to start disclosing their members' projected retirement savings and incomes; Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister announces rule despite banks issuing warnings over move
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7 Jun 17, 10:50am
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ANZ seeking tax credit compensation for 51,000 KiwiSavers after bank discloses processing error that led to lower tax credits than savers should have received
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29 May 17, 3:06pm
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FMA 'leaning heavily' on KiwiSaver providers as confidence in NZ's financial markets is lowest among KiwiSaver investors and highest among property investors
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25 May 17, 2:53pm
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Budget 2017 - Summary of all spending plans
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17 May 17, 2:37pm
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Generation Rent Investment Guide Episode 1: What you need to know about LVRs, KiwiSaver and liability before joining forces with others to buy property
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10 May 17, 5:29pm
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Terry Baucher on how the proliferation of KiwiSaver is making the need for a fully fledged capital gains tax all the more urgent  
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10 May 17, 5:02am
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Westpac NZ CEO David McLean 'not terribly concerned' about Auckland first home buyers' ability to service their mortgages if interest rates rise to 7.5%
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8 May 17, 9:57am
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Westpac NZ ekes out 2% rise in half-year cash earnings as loan impairments fade away. Deposits drop $700 mln over half-year
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4 May 17, 3:06pm
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Devon Funds Management's Paul Glass details the policies he'd like to see our politicians implement as we head towards the September 23 election
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2 May 17, 10:20am
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ANZ NZ half-year profit rises 14% to NZ$869 mln as income rises as expenses and credit impairments fall
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24 Apr 17, 9:43am
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NZ-owned banks again rate top for satisfaction in Consumer banking survey
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22 Apr 17, 9:46am
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As Australia's government prepares to formally review banking competition in its oligopolistic market, should NZ be doing the same?
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10 Apr 17, 5:02am
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ANZ keen to keep KiwiSaver business to itself, Group CEO Shayne Elliott says, as bank mulls future of its wealth operations
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27 Mar 17, 3:37pm
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FMA report highlights financial advice inequality and raises questions around breadth of financial advice on offer to even those who can afford it
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19 Mar 17, 7:35pm
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We look at the data of how much of New Zealand is owned by foreigners. It turns out current levels have been stable for more than 15 years. It is not growing. But our investment offshore is
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8 Mar 17, 11:28am
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Chapman Tripp partners see the Mark Warminger decision on market manipulation as providing useful clarification of a difficult law
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8 Mar 17, 7:38am
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FMA criticised for compromising quality by trying to increase the quantity of KiwiSaver advice on offer
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18 Feb 17, 9:30am
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Vanguard's Dan Newhall makes the case that with the right criteria, investors in actively managed funds can achieve higher returns than market benchmarks
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15 Feb 17, 10:05am
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ASB breaks the half billion dollar mark for six month profit; chief executive lauds 'strong momentum'
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7 Feb 17, 2:15pm
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Housing a key focus for National-led govt this year, PM English says; Targets KiwiSaver fees, overseas investment & trade
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6 Feb 17, 8:19pm
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As technology continues to upend established business models, Clayton Coplestone questions how index investors will fare during the era of disruption
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2 Feb 17, 7:00am
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Whistleblowing, fees, incentives and disclosure; the FMA tackles the tough stuff as it details its approach to regulating financial service providers
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1 Feb 17, 10:23am
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Gareth Vaughan questions whether ANZ NZ will benefit from the ANZ group selling UDC, and would benefit from selling its KiwiSaver heavy wealth unit
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26 Jan 17, 4:05pm
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Bank lobby group airs concerns for bank funding stemming from government's trust law reform, calls for public information campaign
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22 Dec 16, 5:02am
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The new Commerce & Consumer Affairs Minister is once again outside Cabinet. Does this mean National doesn't take oversight of our savings & improving the lot of SMEs seriously?
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