ASB matches 3.05% rate

ASB is the latest bank to slash fixed rates, matching ANZ's one year price of 3.05%.

SBS and HSBC latest to cut floating rates

Two more banks have slashed fixed rates following the Reserve Bank's emergency Official Cash Rate on Monday. 

Resimac moves into asset finance

Australian non-bank lender Resimac has moved into the asset finance sector with the acquisition of finance company IA Group.

Westpac given all-clear on capital

Westpac New Zealand has retained its accreditation to use its own capital model after completing a "remediation process" enforced by the Reserve Bank.

LVR rules could be permanent: Bascand

LVR restrictions on mortgage lending could be a "permanent setting", according to Reserve Bank deputy governor Geoff Bascand.

I hope you can help me fundraise $20,000 to help mend broken hearts

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  • TSB one-year falls to 3.09%

    TSB is the latest bank to slash fixed rates after the Reserve Bank's emergency OCR cut last week, cutting its one year rate to 3.09%

  • ASB matches 3.05% rate

    ASB is the latest bank to slash fixed rates, matching ANZ's one year price of 3.05%.

  • Resimac moves into asset finance

    Australian non-bank lender Resimac has moved into the asset finance sector with the acquisition of finance company IA Group.

  • Westpac given all-clear on capital

    Westpac New Zealand has retained its accreditation to use its own capital model after completing a "remediation process" enforced by the Reserve Bank.

  • LVR rules could be permanent: Bascand

    LVR restrictions on mortgage lending could be a "permanent setting", according to Reserve Bank deputy governor Geoff Bascand.

  • Key RBNZ changes edge closer

    The Reserve Bank has moved closer to putting its "dual-mandate" employment and price stability objectives into law, and has taken further steps to establish a Monetary Policy Committee to make key decisions.

  • HSBC drops rates to 3.95%

    HSBC is the latest lender to drop rates, cutting its one, two and three year interest rates to 3.95%

  • Royal Commission report due on Monday

    The final report from Australia's Royal Commission into the financial services sector is due to be published on Monday afternoon.

  • Sub-4% rates over for SBS, TSB

    Two smaller banks have followed the big four in ending their sub-4% special rates, as mortgage rates creep up to more normal levels. 

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