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Sharemarket follow Asian markets higher on renewed hopes for China-US resolution

New Zealand shares followed Asian markets higher on renewed hopes for a resolution to the US-China trade tensions. Trading was light with few local drivers.

Friday, January 18th, 7:02PM

The S&P/NZX 50 index rose 19.9 points, or 0.2 percent, to 9077.71. Within the index, 28 stocks rose, eight were unchanged and 14 fell. Turnover was $125.3 million.

Asian stocks lifted on renewed optimism after the Wall Street Journal reported U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin discussed lifting some or all tariffs imposed on Chinese imports and suggested offering a tariff rollback during trade ...MORE»

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Friday, January 18th, 2:07PM

For those of you back on deck, welcome back. 2019 will, I think I can boldly predict, be an interesting year with many challenges for the financial services industry.

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Wealth business pays off for banks

Thursday, January 17th, 6:00AM  1 comment

New Zealand banks may be reluctant to let go of their wealth businesses because of the profitability of those segments.

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Doing nothing 'not an option'

Advisers do not need to have a definite plan yet for how they will approach the new legislative regime – but they need to engage with the process, Financial Services Council (FSC) chief executive Richard Klipin says.

Wednesday, January 16th, 6:00AM

The Financial Services Legislation Amendment Bill is set to pass into law in the first quarter of this year, starting a process that will lead first to transitional licensing for the sector later in 2019, then full licensing two years later.

All financial advisers will need to be working for a licensed financial advice provider once the regime takes effect – whether that is their own business ...MORE»

Booster puts pressure on index funds over weapons investments

Tuesday, January 15th, 7:21AM

Booster is one of the first New Zealand co-signatories to the recent global investor initiative, calling for action on continued investment in controversial weapons.

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Harbour fixed income head moves on

Monday, January 14th, 2:48PM

A role at the Reserve Bank beckons for one of the key faces of Harbour Asset Management.

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Advisers sign on for regulation summit

Tuesday, January 15th, 10:09AM

More than 700 financial advisers and industry specialists have signed up to the 2019 Navigating Regulation Advice Summit. MORE»

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[GRTV] Great advice from the best

Friday, November 9th, 5:57PM

In our second show from the Financial Advice NZ conference Good Returns talks with popular keynote speakers Don Connelly and Michael Harrison. MORE»

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Industry ready for regulators' insurance report

Thursday, January 17th, 12:02PM  1 comment

A Financial Markets Authority and Reserve Bank report into life insurers’ conduct is due at the end of this month – and insurers are bracing for a tougher line than was taken with banks. MORE»

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Reserve Bank proposals could force $2 billion mortgage hike: UBS

Friday, January 18th, 9:45AM

The Reserve Bank's new capital proposals could force Kiwis to pay $1.9 billion-$2.7 billion more for their mortgages each year, investment bank UBS has warned. MORE»

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From FMA to RBNZ

Monday, January 14th, 9:48PM

A new assistant governor of the Reserve Bank has been hired from the financial markets regulator. MORE»

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Govt moves to allow early KiwiSaver withdrawal

Friday, December 14th, 6:00AM  1 comment

Government is exploring its options to allow people with life-shortening conditions to access their KiwiSaver money earlier. MORE»

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