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Geoff Bascand to take over as RBNZ financial stability head

28 April 2017

 Business Desk: Reserve Bank deputy governor Geoff Bascand will take charge of the monetary authority's financial stability function when Grant Spencer fills in as governor in September. More>  

RBNZ review needs ot be part of "root-and-branch" overhaul

17 April 2017

Interest.co.nz: David Hargreaves would like to seen any review of the Reserve Bank undertaken as a part of a root-and-branch overhaul of its governing legislation. More>  

Reserve Bank updates its assessment of money laundering

10 April 2017

Press release: The Reserve Bank today published an updated assessment of the money laundering and terrorism financing risks that face the financial sector. More>  

RBNZ: Input Sought on Insurer Law Review

31 March 2017

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand has published an issues paper for its review of the Insurance (Prudential Supervision) Act 2010 (IPSA). More>

Brian Fallow probes National, Labour & NZ First's stances on superannuation

20 March 2017

Interest.co.nz: Brian Fallow probes National, Labour & NZ First's stances on superannuation and argues they are too relaxed about the snowballing costs. More>

NZ Super Fund CEO wins business award

17 March 2017

Press release: New Zealand Superannuation Fund CEO Adrian Orr received the “Outstanding Contribution to Finance and Business Award” at last night’s 2017 NZ CFO Awards in Auckland, New Zealand. More>

Kiwibank in hot water with regulator

17 March 2017

Interest.co.nz: Kiwibank 'working urgently' with the RBNZ after a preliminary view from the regulator concludes $250m of its bonds don't comply with bank capital rules. More>

Treasury releases NZ Super Cabinet paper

13 March 2017

The Treasury has released documents related to the proposed changes to the age of entitlement and the residency requirements for New Zealand Superannuation. More>

NZ Super's property poverty timebomb

13 March 2017

Stuff.co.nz: Retirement specialists are concerned that falling home ownership rates will undermine the value of NZ Super. Prime Minister Bill English has announced plans to raise the age of eligibility for NZ Super from 65 to 67 by 2040, while leaving the value of NZ Super the same. More>

NZ Super news this week

10 March 2017

A roundup of the week's NZ Super news following the government's move to raise the retirement age to 67. Find out what the media is saying. More>