The animation informs consumers about the minimum standards they should expect
Southern Cross Financial’s CEO says the transition from contributory mortgage model to peer-to-peer lending was ‘a natural fit’
The Financial Markets Authority is warning New Zealanders to be aware of fraudsters, cold-calling strangers about investment opportunities.
The Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs has announced a new appointment to the Financial Markets Authority Board and reappointments to the Disciplinary Committee under the Financial Advisers Act.
Fraud and other forms of financial crimes hit the big screen in NZ’s first international fraud film festival
A financial adviser is no longer working in the industry after being warned by the regulator on suspected deceptive conduct.
Two major banks have been recognized for their educational programs teaching financial know-how to children
A new report suggests that a lack of trust in banks is driving an increase in online financial management, with New Zealand among the leaders
Ahead of Thursday's budget, a new poll puts housing as the top priority of New Zealanders with economic growth and tax reform way behind