A non-major has announced the resignation of its chief executive, who has been in the role since 2012.
A non-major bank has increased its longer term fixed rates, following recent rate hikes by majors ASB and BNZ.
A non-major bank yesterday gave back more than double the first rebate it paid to its customers back in 2013.
The rise in digital banking is causing a power shift from banks to customers, a major bank says.
A new survey has found that the vast majority of Kiwis believe the profits banks make show they’re charging too much to the customer.
A wave of interest rate cuts have followed from a number of lenders after the Reserve Bank’s surprise cash rate cut to a record low of 2.25% on Thursday.
Mortgage adviser says the industry consistently achieves better rates for clients
The bank has doubled resources and partnered with a support group
New Zealand banking activity will remain a core priority, it states