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In the past few years a number of responsible investment funds have popped up as more people opt for ethical investing.
One of the thousands of Generate KiwiSaver customers whose personal information was stolen in a hack is considering seeking compensation through legal action.
The charge is a sort of toll that motorists have to pay for using busy roads at peak times, such as during rush hour before or after work on week days.
Limited personal identification information available for Cryptopia user accounts raises anti-money laundering compliance issues, liquidators told the High Court
Businesses must improve their cyber security measures, as part of the broader measures to defend the country from increasing interference by foreign states, the GCSB says.
New Zealand companies and exporters will face little change to business when Britain leaves the European Union (EU) on Saturday.
The interim retirement commissioner wants the government to improve KiwiSaver and other areas of society, sooner than raise the age of eligibility for superannuation.
A review of the ANZ Bank New Zealand's missteps over the past year has found complacency at the most senior level, leading to the departure of its long serving chief executive.
Banks and other money transfer services need to be more rigorous with customer checks to avoid supporting child exploitation.
Law firm and litigation funder are paying local building owners to check for the potentially-fatal cladding, so they can get involved in the fight for compensation to remove it.
Mandatory income insurance and a KiwiSaver-style individual redundancy account have been recommended as ways to improve New Zealand workers' income security.
A currency trader who lost $70,000 in a sharp, short-lived downturn, thinks the currency market is not properly regulated.
The Financial Markets Authority has admitted to a privacy breach which put sensitive personal information and evidence provided through an online form at risk.
A move by Australia's financial regulator could be enough to turn the big banks' threat to ditch New Zealand into a reality - or at least see them charge customers more.
The six-year deal allows Spark Sport to exclusively broadcast all matches played by the Black Caps and White Ferns in New Zealand.
KiwiSaver providers will have to justify the swelling size of the fees they charge investors, as the financial regulator cracks down.
The Earthquake Commission has set aside millions of dollars to pay insurance companies what they are owed from Canterbury earthquake claims, while they fight over liability.
A report into the pipeline rupture that grounded planes at the country's largest airport says fuel companies should be made to urgently invest in more infrastructure. Audio
The head of Spark Sport is adamant the sports streaming service is here to stay regardless of how it performs during the Rugby World Cup.
Australia's big banks may have to make do with less money from their New Zealand operations, as Australia's banking regulator moves to improve their financial strength.
The financial regulator is warning the firms in its sights that its patience for change is wearing thin.
The Department of Internal Affairs believe most money laundered in this country was earned through fraud, the sale or manufacturing of illegal drugs and tax evasion.
Retailers want a dedicated taskforce to tackle the billion-dollar losses the industry is enduring from thefts.
The Financial Markets Authority will consider restricting or banning complex financial products if it finds them to be harmful to investors.
More than a tenth of suspicious financial transactions reported to authorities under anti-money laundering laws are resulting in an investigation.