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Structured Financing Transactions May Not Be A Thing Of The Past For Aussie-Owned Banks

Structured Financing Transactions May Not Be A Thing Of The Past For Aussie-Owned Banks

In light of IRD's recent victory over BNZ's structured financing transactions (described by IRD as a "rort" and by the judge as having "no commercial rationale, logic or purpose"), it is worth investigating whether the Australian-owned banks are still engaging in them, or have

Productive Economy Council Urges Labour To Expand Scope Of Banking Inquiry

Productive Economy Council Urges Labour To Expand Scope Of Banking Inquiry

The Productive Economy Council has welcomed the announcement of an inquiry into bank profits by Labour, the Greens and the Progressives, but cautions that unless its terms of reference are broad enough, it may not get to the root of the problems the country faces with regards to banking and monet

International Markets Hunger For Organic Products

International Markets Hunger For Organic Products

21 July -- New Zealand representatives are attending Oceania's largest organic products expo this weekend, as growing international markets for organic products defy the global recession.

New Zealand Not Immune To Future Financial Shocks

21 July -- Risk management must be more than lip service to protect the New Zealand economy against future financial shocks, warns the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).

Federated Farmers Bees Man Ambushing Beekeepers GE Protection

Federated Farmers Bees Man Ambushing Beekeepers GE Protection

Federated Farmers Bees Man Ambushing Beekeepers GE Protection Federated Farmers GE statements show they are confused about what clean and green means, and appear to be influenced by the vested interests of one of their provincial presidents, according to the Soil & Health Association of New Z

DHL Bolsters Capabilities With New US$8.8 Million Investment In New Zealand

DHL Bolsters Capabilities With New US$8.8 Million Investment In New Zealand

DHL, the world’s leading logistics company, on Friday 10 July announced a fresh investment of US$8.8 million (NZ$14M) in New Zealand.

Home Loan Affordability Worsens As House Prices Bounce

Home Loan Affordability Worsens As House Prices Bounce

The BNZ Home Loan Affordability measure worsened in June from May, thanks to a slight rise in average fixed mortgage rates and an increase in the median house price.

Job Hunting in a Recession: Tips on Applications and Covering Letters

Job Hunting in a Recession: Tips on Applications and Covering Letters

Only a year ago it was easy. We see a job advert, fire in our CV and wait for the call to arrange an interview. Enter the great recession. When the Government starts laying people off we know it’s a bad one.

Will All Newspapers Really Charge For Online Content?

Will All Newspapers Really Charge For Online Content?

According to Lionel Barber, the editor of the Financial Times, the majority of newspapers will be charging for access to their online content within a year.

NTT Com To Offer Wide-Area Ethernet Via Broadband IP Network

NTT Com To Offer Wide-Area Ethernet Via Broadband IP Network

NTT Communications (NTT Com) announced today that it will provide a wide-area Ethernet service using inexpensive broadband IP access lines for enterprise customers nationwide in Japan, beginning July 17.