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[The Wrap] Regulators need to be wary of AMP Life deal

One of the biggest deals in New Zealand’s financial services industry is going on largely unnoticed at the moment; arguably because there is so much other change going on at present. It’s time the spotlight was put on the deal.

Friday, February 21st, 6:01PM

AMP’s proposal to sell its life business to Resolution Life is the largest transaction in financial services since ANZ bought the National Bank.

AMP has the second largest in-force life insurance book in New Zealand with around 200,000 policyholders.

To date these people have had next to no information about the deal. No doubt when communications start they will have a soothing theme to them ...MORE»

Earnings season rewards investors

Friday, February 21st, 6:00PM

New Zealand shares edged higher today, rounding out the second week of major earnings with a 2 percent weekly gain.

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NZ Super Fund: Some coronavirus losses will be recovered, others gone for good

Friday, February 21st, 7:17AM

Coronavirus is likely to take the heat out of the global economy, the NZ Super Fund says, but it still expects 2020 to be a less turbulent year than 2019.

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Charges laid against Kloogh

Former financial adviser Barry Kloogh, who allegedly ran some type of Ponzi scheme, has appeared in court for the first time.

Thursday, February 20th, 10:55AM

He faces a range of charges, including forgery.

The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) alleges he defrauded investors of at least $15.7 million.

Kloogh faces representative charges of false accounting, false statement by promoters, theft by person in special relationship and obtaining by deception. He also faces individual charges of forgery, theft by person in special relationship and obtaining by deception ...MORE»

Generate offers compensation

Thursday, February 20th, 10:28AM  2 comments

Hacked KiwiSaver provider Generate is offering to reimburse members for replacement identification documents, or waive their fees.

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Active comes out on top in FMA debate

Wednesday, February 19th, 10:46PM  2 comments

Active management was declared the winner on the night when the Financial Markets Authority debate pitted fund managers against each other to discuss what strategy delivered the best outcome for investors.

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FMA debate: Passive v Active

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[GRTV] Benefits of Asia ETFs

Tuesday, February 18th, 10:45AM

Susan Edmunds speaks with Aleksey Mironenko partner and chief distribution officer at Hong Kong-based Premia Partners about what their Asia-focused ETF investment solutions have to offer. MORE»

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What the ratings agency said about Fidelity Life

Tuesday, February 18th, 10:00AM

Ratings agency AM Best has reviewed Fidelity Life; here's what they said about the business. MORE»

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Kiwibank lending rises, profit falls

Friday, February 21st, 1:05PM

Kiwibank's home lending increased by 4% in the half year to December, but profits fell by nearly 20% over the period. MORE»

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Fisher Funds adds experienced faces

Tuesday, February 18th, 8:38PM

Fisher Funds has made appointments to flesh out its top team. MORE»

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Generate offers compensation

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Hacked KiwiSaver provider Generate is offering to reimburse members for replacement identification documents, or waive their fees. MORE»

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