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Importantly, the Court has confirmed the opportunity for thousands more Kiwibank customers to sign up to the case, ahead of a final deadline of 31 March 2014. Fair Play on Fees lawyer Andrew Hooker says the ruling is great for potential claimants. We'
ANZ and Westpac have grown their first-quarter profits by a third, with all the Australian-owned banks reporting sharply improved performances. ANZ's disclosure statement for the three months to December 31 shows it made an unaudited net profit of $
Auckland [ change ] Fine Max 25° Min 16° Northland doctor named NZer of the Year NZ Newswire February 26, 2014, 10:46 pm The founder of a low-cost medical clinic in the Far North has been named New Zealander of the Year. Lance O'Sullivan runs Kaitaia'
ANZ Bank New Zealand together with ASB, Bank of New Zealand, Kiwibank and Westpac reported a 10 per cent increase in profit before tax. New Zealand's five major banks continued to show strong earnings growth in the second half of their financial
The rollout of Kiwibank's new core banking system could become a "nightmare", warns a business consultant with experience of software provider SAP. As reported by BusinessDay last week, the state-owned bank has confirmed it will spend upwards of $100
Photo / Dean Purcell Kiwibank expects to continue to grow its profits in the second half of its financial year but says it will face challenges from rising interest rates and more people moving onto fixed mortgage rates. "What we are seeing generally
Auckland [ change ] Fine Max 24° Min 15° NZ Post improves half year result NZ Post, Fuseworks February 24, 2014, 9:13 am The New Zealand Post Group recorded an improved result for the half year ended 31 December 2013, boosted by a strong focus on
Kiwibank is overhauling its core banking system, with a multi-million dollar contract with German software giant SAP expected to be announced later this week. The state-owned bank has more than 850,000 customers and has outgrown its computer platform,
Standard & Poor's has warned it could cut the credit ratings of New Zealand's smaller banks and credit unions if economic risk continues to build. The ratings agency's 2014 outlook for the New Zealand banking sector raises further concerns about the
State-owned Kiwibank is shifting its focus from winning new customers to "farming" more value from existing clients. Appearing before a select committee this morning, the NZ Post chairman Sir Michael Cullen said a smaller proportion of the 850,000