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a2 shares plunge as Chinese regulator flexes its muscles

New Zealand's main share index fell half a percent with a2 Milk plunging more than 6% when the Australian stock exchange opened at midday on fears of Chinese regulation.

Monday, July 26th, 6:35PM

The S&P/NZX 50 Index fell 63.09 points, or 0.6%, to 12,673.23. Turnover was $136 million.

Infant formula marketing firm, A2 Milk Company led the market lower as it dropped 6.4% to $6.68. The stock has fallen more than 10% across the past three trading sessions down from $7.43.

That's still well ahead of analyst valuations, such as Jarden which values the stock at just $6.10.

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CoFI heads back to Parliament

Monday, July 26th, 6:00AM

After numerous delays and extended rounds of consultation, the Financial Markets (Conduct of Institutions) Amendment Bill (CoFI) is heading back to Parliament.

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[GRTV] Time for a new code for managers

Saturday, July 24th, 6:51AM

New Zealand needs a stewardship code that would require institutional investors to be transparent about their investment processes, engage with investee companies and vote at shareholders’ meetings.

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Consumer data right goes to Parliament

Moves to establish a consumer data right framework for New Zealand have been met with caution by those in the finance sector but it could make life a lot easier for customers.

Friday, July 23rd, 6:34AM

Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister David Clark announced the Government would begin the legislative process for consumer data rights (CDR) later this year with the hope it would be introduced sometime in 2022.

“Consumers should be in the driver’s seat when it comes to how their personal information is used by third parties,” Clark says.

A consumer data right (CDR) is a mechanism ...MORE»

Murder House memories: why KiwiSaver investors need to brush-up on good financial habits

Thursday, July 22nd, 7:00AM

For many investors who cut their teeth in the 1980s, the crash of 1987 left holes in their wealth and lasting scars. Is there a danger investors today react the same to a similar event? David Boyle drills into the past for lessons on how to avoid the horror...

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FMA report slams insurers

Thursday, July 22nd, 6:00AM  6 comments

The FMA has fired serious warning shots at the general insurance industry saying it is not prepared for new legislation requiring them to ensure good conduct and fair treatment of customers.

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Prospa prospers with fourth-quarter growth

Friday, July 23rd, 2:06PM

Australian-owned small to medium business lenders Prospa have seen 72% growth in its New Zealand market after releasing its ASX fourth-quarter financial results. MORE»

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[GRTV] Looking after advisers' mental health

Saturday, July 3rd, 1:28PM  2 comments

Mental health is a huge issue facing financial advisers currently. AIA chief partnership officer Sam Tremethick talks about work the company is doing to help advisers. MORE»

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Murder House memories: why KiwiSaver investors need to brush-up on good financial habits

Thursday, July 22nd, 7:00AM

For many investors who cut their teeth in the 1980s, the crash of 1987 left holes in their wealth and lasting scars. Is there a danger investors today react the same to a similar event? David Boyle drills into the past for lessons on how to avoid the horror... MORE»

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Input from insurers on solvency standards

Monday, July 26th, 10:28AM

The New Zealand insurance industry is being asked to have its say on a proposed interim Solvency Standard for insurers, which will determine the minimum amounts of capital insurers must hold. MORE»

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Mortgage lending boom continues through June

Monday, July 26th, 3:26PM

The home lending market remains red hot months on from the Government's housing market reforms, with June lending surpassing $8.5 billion. MORE»

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More ships dock at Harbour

Monday, July 19th, 8:48PM

Harbour Asset Management has made two new hires to support its growth. MORE»

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Westpac drops KiwiSaver fees

Tuesday, July 20th, 11:28AM

Westpac NZ is reducing fees on its KiwiSaver Scheme funds saying the drop will deliver significant savings for its more than 380,000 members. MORE»

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