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Code of Banking Practice

Code of Banking Practice

The Code of Banking Practice sets out good banking practices. Members of the New Zealand Bankers' Association agree to observe these practices as a minimum standard to maintain good relationships and communications with their customers.

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Financial literacy

Financial literacy

Financial literacy is the cornerstone of a healthy and vibrant economy and is strongly supported by the New Zealand banking sector. It helps people make informed choices to improve their financial well-being.

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Priority documents (Personal Property Securities Act 1999)

Priority documents (Personal Property Securities Act 1999)

Member banks of the Association have agreed a number of standard form Deeds and Letters of Priority that can be used where two or three lenders have competing interests in a debtor's land or personal property.

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Code of Banking Practice
Financial literacy
Priority documents

Banks employ over 25,000 people in NZ * In 2015 banks directly contributed $6.9 billion to the NZ economy *

In 2015 banks spent $4.9 billion running their businesses in NZ * In 2015 banks paid $1.98 billion in tax * NZ banks have an asset base of $467 billion * In 2015 the return on assets was 1.16% *

NZ has over 1100 bank branches * NZ has over 2500 bank ATMs *

Loans to business at December 2015 totalled $147.9 billion *

Loans to households at December 2015 totalled $227 billion *

33% of NZ households have a mortgage *

There were 1.5 million home loans in NZ at December 2015 *

Information

You and your US tax obligations

Find out about the US Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act and how it might affect you here.  

You and the money laundering law

All New Zealand banks have introduced enhanced customer identification requirements. Find out more here

Supporting our farmers

Information about how how banks can help farmers through tough times is available here

Are you ready for retirement? 

The Retirement Commissioner talks to Kiwis about their retirement plans here. What's your story? See more here, and check out Sorted

Unravelling Financial Jargon

This free e-book offers plain language alternatives to explain the specialist language of the financial sector. Download Unravelling Financial Jargon.

Open Bank Resolution

Learn about the Reserve Bank's OBR policy here

Media releases

Telephone survey scam warning

19.01.2017

The New Zealand Bankers’ Association today warned people to beware a telephone survey scam.

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Opinions

Customers drive banking innovation

16.01.2017

This century we’ve seen a massive leap in access to personal digital technology. That’s clearly reflected in how we’re now banking. These technological advances mean we’re managing our money in ways that many did not foresee. What’s behind these changes, and what does the future hold? 

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New Zealand Bankers' Association

Telephone: 04 802 3358
Facsimile: 04 473 1698
Email: nzba@nzba.org.nz

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P O Box 3043
Wellington 6140

 

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Our Members

ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited ASB Bank Limited Bank of China (New Zealand) Limited Bank of New Zealand The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Limited Citibank, N A The Co-operative Bank Limited Heartland Bank Limited The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (New Zealand) Limited JPMorgan Chase Bank, N A Kiwibank Limited Rabobank New Zealand Limited Southland Building Society TSB Bank Limited Westpac New Zealand Limited

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