Finance

Joint action on annual $1 billion retail crime problem
Almost $1 billion of goods get stolen from shops in New Zealand every year and the University...
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Lower cost option for sending annual reports
Lower cost option for sending annual reports
Listed companies and other financial markets businesses will now have alternative options for...
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New guide to drive investment in tech sector
New guide to drive investment in tech sector
A new edition of an investment guide into New Zealand’s fast growing technology sector...
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New anti-money laundering laws introduced
A Bill to tackle money laundering and terrorist financing has been introduced to...
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The FMA’s guide designed to help providers focus on good conduct
The FMA has published the final version of the guide into the FMA’s view of...
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ANZ provides assistance package for customers impacted by earthquakes
ANZ Bank New Zealand has announced a financial assistance package for customers...
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New guide to bank capital notes aims to boost consumer understanding
The Financial Markets Authority (FMA) is encouraging consumers who are considering investing in bank capital notes to read its new guide on this type of investment product.
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Action against non-filing of financial statements pays off
A new report by the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) shows the proportion of companies filing their financial statements on time has improved significantly since the FMA’s initial review in 2014.
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OECD tax reform –the impact for New Zealand business
The OECD set out final recommendations from the first half of its tax reform programme to tackle Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) yesterday.
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High flying prices
The Productivity Commission has released a new report comparing consumer prices in New Zealand with those overseas. The report, by Victoria University’s professor Norman Gemmell, confirms what most Kiwis already know – that we’re a high prices nation.
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Banks & banana skins
New Zealand and Australian banks are worried about regulation, pricing risk, political interference, Australasia’s economic environment and their own sales and business practices according to a PricewaterhouseCoopers global report entitled Banking Banana Skins 2014.
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