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The Path to Fairer Finance and a More Inclusive New Zealand Every sector in our society touches finance at some point; the opportunity for fintech as an enabler is to create new revenue models within each sector. From enterprise to small business, through charity to individuals – the opportunities are vast. This report considers how … Continue reading "Aotearoa Open Finance and Digital Equity Report"
FinTechNZ submission onTe koke ki tētahi Rautaki Matihiko mō Aotearoa,Towards a Digital Strategy for Aotearoa FinTechNZ congratulates the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) for its leadership in proposing a Digital Strategy for Aoteaora and we thank you for the opportunity to contribute feedback. FinTechNZ supports the creation of a Digital Strategy for Aoteaora and is … Continue reading "Digital Strategy for Aotearoa"
FinTech NZ submission on Aotearoa New Zealand Climate Standard 1: Climate-related Disclosures Governance and Risk Management consultation document FinTechNZ thanks the External Reporting Board (XRB) for the opportunity to provide feedback on the Aotearoa New Zealand Climate Standard 1: Climate-related Disclosures Governance and Risk Management consultation document.
FinTechNZ congratulates the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) for its leadership inproposing a Digital Strategy for Aoteaora and we thank you for the opportunity tocontribute feedback.
Submission to Finance and Expenditure Committee on the Reserve Bank of New Zealand Bill. NZTech supports the Bill with an amendment upon Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) and a lack of legislative enablement for one. Submission prepared by NZTech.
This FinTechNZ discussion paper provides insights from the FinTechNZ Regulatory Roundtable session held in Auckland in September 2019. Included are comments from the Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs and key observations from group discussions between senior Government, regulatory and corporate representatives.