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NZ sharemarket falls 1%

The New Zealand sharemarket, down 1%, had its biggest single-day decline in four months. But it wasn’t as bad as the widespread selling and falls offshore.

Tuesday, April 16th, 6:25PM

The S&P/NZX 50 Index battled gamely on light trading to close at 11,804.84, down 111.94 points or 0.94%.

The previous largest single-day fall was 1.07% on Nov 16. There were 104 decliners and just 35 gainers on the main board, with 21.04 million shares worth $80.22m changing hands.

Across the Tasman, the S&P/ASX 200 Index had fallen 1.68% to 7,622.1 points at 6pm NZ time. The Hong Kong Hang ...MORE»

Best and worst KiwiSavers according to Consumer

Tuesday, April 16th, 10:42AM

Kiwi-owned providers have come out on top of Consumer’s annual KiwiSaver satisfaction survey.

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Client sought $200,000 saying adviser mislead him about insurance cover

Monday, April 15th, 2:34PM

Financial Services Complaints (FSCL) has quashed a client complaint that an adviser misled them about Directors and Officers insurance, citing the advisers’ robust email trail and full documentation.

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Financial complaints rise as cost-of-living pressures continue

As the cost of living crisis bites, disputes have risen by 36% and complaints to Financial Services Complaints Ltd (FSCL), a free financial ombudsman service, have risen by 17% .

Monday, April 15th, 11:05AM  1 comment

An uptick in complaints about financial advisers (mortgage advisers, share brokers, and insurance brokers) has been noticeable, although overall adviser complaint numbers are low.

The biggest number of complaints are about non-bank lenders. They made up 54% of the disputes FSCL investigated in the six months to the end of last year, up about 14% on the same period in 2022.

The FSCL says it is seeing ...MORE»

Analysing AI’s Impact on Financial Advice, Part 3

Saturday, April 13th, 6:58AM

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Still in charge

Friday, April 12th, 6:33AM

Globally, March was a robust month for markets.

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A Statement of Advice may not be what you think it is

Monday, April 15th, 11:25AM

Steve Wright gives his views on statements of advice as they related to life and health insurance. MORE»

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More pain in store for mortgage holders

Tuesday, April 16th, 11:17AM

The latest Reserve Bank figures show 59% of existing mortgages will move onto higher interest rates in the next 12 months. MORE»

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FNZ appoints execs in NZ

Tuesday, April 9th, 10:34AM

FNZ has appointed a chief executive and chief operating officer for its New Zealand operations. MORE»

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Best and worst KiwiSavers according to Consumer

Tuesday, April 16th, 10:42AM

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