Economy

Do our banks need as much gold-plating as the Reserve Bank thinks?

Stress-testing banks has become de rigueur for central banks since the global financial crisis and New Zealand's banks have passed repeated tests over a number of years with flying colours.

In addition, these days New Zealand's major banks are required to conduct their own stress tests on a continuous basis and to share those results with the prudential supervisor, although the

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