Decision meant to support "good customer outcomes"
Recognition is "incredibly well deserved," says bank
As we all know, New Zealanders are under-insured, particularly in terms of personal risk insurance. In early September the Commission for Financial Capability reported that New Zealanders only spend 2.5 per cent of GDP on insurance, compared to the OECD average of 8.4 per cent. And only 15 per cent of New Zealanders have income insurance.
Asteron Life has welcomed the FMA’s report and findings on life churn, saying brokers should move to a hybrid model which better supports customer outcomes
Go2Guys’ Campbell Hastie on why he decided to give mortgage broking a go
We’ve two weeks away from the end of the working year, and it’s been a busy year for brokers and providers alike
The buyer-friendly mortgage market shows no signs of abating as another bank cuts its rates
"Money is not complex, and financial education is not nearly simple enough" – manager
The awards celebrate people who "use their passion to make New Zealand a better place to live"