The global fintech player enters New Zealand with offers of global reach and faster access to payment technology
The health insurer said half of its sales are attributed to its direct-to-consumer health insurance channel
New Zealand’s economic growth was stronger than economists forecast last quarter as construction boomed and a rising population increased demand for health-care services
Private lenders in China have been asking for naked photos as collateral from female college students looking for a loan.
Two leading advisers speak to NZ Adviser about why the newly proposed organisation is timely and can only be a good thing for the industry.
A fourth major bank has announced lending criteria changes for overseas income and non-resident borrowers.
A real estate group chief has called for standardised and mandatory testing of methamphetamine contamination in properties prior to purchase after a record seizure of the drug on the weekend.
Another major bank has followed Westpac and ANZ in tightening its lending criteria to overseas borrowers and also made a rate cut to its three-year special.
It is the biggest risk facing the industry in New Zealand, how is your business coping?
The easing in sales volumes mirrors the situation in the national residential market, says REINZ