Reserve Bank does U-turn on Kiwibank bonds
The Reserve Bank will recognise two bonds issued by state-owned Kiwibank as regulatory capital under the Capital Adequacy Framework, having previously rejected them.
One Belt One Road the way forward for NZ
CEO of Bank of China’s NZ operation David Wang talks up the prospect of funding infrastructure here as part of the ‘One Belt One Road’ investment spree.
ANZ chief: hold executives to account
ANZ CEO Shayne Elliott says banks need to make examples of their senior staff when they fail to perform to the highest standards.
A complex economy requires brave solutions
Politicians need to find the courage to lay out solutions that may challenge what Kiwis think about their economy.
Little gets personal with housing policy
If there was any doubt that Labour would focus on housing as its main point of attack in the election campaign, it was removed in Little’s final address to the party’s annual congress.
How Xero earned a million customers
As Xero reaches a million customers and turns cash-flow positive, CEO Rod Drury explains how it was done.
Mainfreight boss on ‘diabolical’ big business
The head of Mainfreight says corporates which try to extend the amount of time they take to pay their suppliers are bordering on corrupt.