Tools and information to improve your financial capability
Financial capability 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.
The New Zealand Bankers’ Association is committed to raising awareness of financial information that broadens the understanding of good money management.
Financial capability tools
NZBA aims to provide easy and free access to both financial information and money management tools. This list directs you to member websites that contain such information:
- ANZ – MoneyMinded
- ASB – Track My Spending
- Kiwibank – Managing your money
- Westpac – Managing your money.
Financial capability programmes
NZBA members are also involved in a range of activities promoting financial literacy. They undertake community workshops either directly or working alongside other organisations. Examples include:
- ASB’s GetWise financial literacy programme for New Zealand primary and intermediate schools and What Next presentation for school leavers
- BNZ’s Community Finance programme
- The Citi Foundation
- Westpac’s Fin-Ed Centre partnership with Massey University.
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The Retirement Commissioner has been talking to a whole range of Kiwis about their thoughts on retirement and what they’re doing to get ready or not. See what they have to say here. More stories can be viewed here.
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