BNZ / Bank of New Zealand stories - Page 2
Studio Proper on track for expansion in NZ
The enterprise iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch accessory manufacturer is looking for local partners to continue its momentum.
BNZ & posBoss create payment solution to mobilise hospitality industry
New partnership between BNZ and posBoss offers hospitality industry a new point-of-sale solution, integrating POS software and BNZ PayClip.
BNZ opens co-working space in Christchurch – and it’s free!
The space is bolstered by the fact there is Wi-Fi, printing and perhaps best of all, free coffee. All you need to do is bring your laptop.
Auckland North gears up to become world-class innovation hub
Auckland North sets sights on becoming a global innovation nexus, with backing from Massey Uni, ATEED, and BNZ to fuel its vision.
Touch ID for BNZ mobile banking app on its way
BNZ to offer Touch ID on its mobile banking app, giving customers easier access to their accounts. iOS update available in July.
Schools using fingerprint technology to deter theft
West Auckland schools adopt SelectaDNA to slash thefts by 38%, BNZ and partners drive notable drop in burglaries with forensic tech.
Online retail spending: April results are in
NZ's online spending surpasses £3bn, with April showing a 7% rise year-on-year but a seasonal dip from March.
BNZ's upgrades its portable card reader
BNZ enhances PayClip, now accepting EFTPOS and contactless payments, bolstering NZ's SME mobile transactions.
Warehouse may offer $125M of 5-year fixed-rate bonds
The retailer may sell as much as $125 million of five-year bonds to refinance $100 million of bonds maturing next month.
Annual growth in online spending nudges back into double digits
A new report from Bank of New Zealand says total online retail spending in March increased by 11% compared to March 2014.
NZ dollar charts record high vs Aussie dollar on RBA rate cut talk, weak iron ore
The New Zealand dollar rose to a record against the Australian dollar on speculation the Reserve Bank of Australia will cut interest rates again as so.
Inflation target at 2% risks overheated economy, says BNZ
Targeting 2 percent annual inflation could force the Reserve Bank of New Zealand to cut interest rates too sharply and overheat the economy, says Bank.
NZ dollar slides as traders buy back US dollar after Fed
The New Zealand dollar slid along with other major currencies against the US dollar, as investors bought back the greenback after selling it.
No more Air NZ points for BNZ credit cards as Westpac steps in; cash replacement mooted
BNZ cut off from Air NZ points as Westpac fills the void, with a cash-back scheme to quell customer concerns over rewards.
NZ dollar jumps against greenback after cautious Fed statement
The New Zealand dollar jumped more than one US cent after the Federal Reserve was more cautious than expected about a revival in the US economy and th.
Banks relieved as RBNZ drops '5-plus' test for home loans
The major banks are breathing a sigh of relief that the Reserve Bank of New Zealand has dropped proposals that would have deemed anyone owning five or.
NZ manufacturers suffer, Australian assets look cheaper as dollar parity looms
New Zealand manufacturing exporters are facing record headwinds from the kiwi's strength against the Australian dollar, with foreign exchange trade.
NZ dollar climbs back above 96 Australian cents after weak jobs data
The New Zealand dollar rose above 96 Australian cents for the first time in five weeks, after data showed a weaker-than-expected Australian labour.
NZ manufacturing activity falls to 2-year low in January as production drops
New Zealand manufacturing activity fell to a two-year low in January, as production declined for the first time in two-and-a-half years, new orders.
MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares rise in thin trading, led by Xero; Infratil falls
New Zealand shares rose to a record close in light holiday trading, led by companies that have been sold off in recent months, including Xero and N.
NZ dollar drifts lower has slide in crude oil saps risk appetite
The New Zealand dollar fell as the continued decline in crude oil prices stoked concern that global economic growth may be faltering, weighing on e.
NZ dollar gains after ECB stays pat on stimulus, US jobs report looms
The New Zealand dollar gained, following the euro higher, after the European Central Bank refrained from injecting more stimulus into the sluggish.
NZ dollar slips after jumping in New York on Draghi, Chinese rates
The New Zealand dollar fell from its New York highs at the end of last week, having jumped against the greenback after China unexpectedly cut inter.
ANZ's Hisco the heavyweight in New Zealand CEO pay stakes
There's a big gap between the pay of ANZ Bank New Zealand boss David Hisco and his counterparts at two of the other big four Australian-owned bank.