Bank celebrates 30 years in New Zealand with 3.87% p.a. home loan offer for premier customers
An economic consultancy group has described the Reserve Bank’s justification of imposing debt-to-income limits on housing lending to be "deeply flawed"
A European-based online lender has identified New Zealand as an ‘important new market’ for fintechs, launching its New Zealand operations in Auckland today.
Prime Minister John Key has announced his resignation at a press conference today.
The professional body representing property valuers has warned of a ‘DTI disaster’ if the Reserve Bank is given the power to introduce debt-to-income limits.
Four people charged in a $40m mortgage fraud case have pleaded not guilty.
Commission for Financial Capability said tactics ranged from emails, letters and phone calls to face-to-face meetings
NZ dollar dips below 69 US cents as risk appetite, commodity prices fall
Almost half of New Zealand businesses do not have cyber insurance in place, report states