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  • 10 Mar 2015
    • NZ banks to issue more Basel III-compliant securities to optimize capital structures and maintain capital ratios
      More Basel III securities will be issued, as Basel II securities are phased out. Basel III securities are riskier for investors because they contain terms that could impose losses on creditors at the point of non-viability. The losses to investors, if and when these conditions are triggered, occur through conversion of the securities into common equity or through write-downs of the securities' value.... Press Release l Full Report
  • 28 Jan 2014
    • NZ's economy and finances improving, but challenges to creditworthiness
      After a prolonged, albeit mild recession and a series of earthquakes, real GDP is expected to increase 3% in 2014. The government's budget is forecast to be in a balanced position in the 2014-15 fiscal year and in surplus thereafter. However, challenges to creditworthiness include a continuing reliance on foreign savings to finance large current account deficits… Press Release l Full Report
  • 2 Sep 2013
    • New Zealand's banking system outlook remains stable for the next 12-18 months
      The outlook reflects improvements in the domestic economy. In addition, rising house prices and high household debt will not pose significant risks to the outlook. However, banks face margin pressure as they attempt to grow their share of loans and as borrowers choose lower-margin fixed-rate mortgages in response to likely increases in the official cash rate... Press Release l Full Report​​​
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