filthy lucre. Root of all evil. Can’t buy happiness. At least since biblical
times, the role of money in contributing to our wellbeing has been much
maligned. But the fact is, having enough financial resources has a material
positive impact on life satisfaction and wellbeing.
Karna Luke is GM – SME and Enterprise
Partnerships at BNZ. He currently leads the implementation of the bank’s
venture investment fund, test-and-learn innovation hub, strategic partnerships,
and digital activation for new channels focused on SMEs.
Connections are key in business – everything
from connecting your ideas with market needs, to connecting with suppliers, to
connecting with customers via the right channels.
By Angie Mentis, Managing Director & CEO at Bank of New Zealand
It’s Scam Savvy Week, and I’m really excited to see BNZers all around the country supporting their communities in our branches, at malls, business associations, rest homes, Citizens Advice Bureaus, Parliament, libraries, police stations, RSAs, as well as our Partners Centres – to help make more New Zealanders Scam Savvy.
Markets around the world have seen record
highs, large falls, and steep recoveries over the past 18 months. But depending
on your choice of investment fund, you may have experienced a roller-coaster of
returns, or a sedate paddle-boat ride. It all depends on the ‘risk’ of the fund
We’re lucky to have our customer Onuku Māori Lands speaking in our Fieldays tent this year, to share their incredible story of how they’re leading the way in the sector, building a strong profitable agribusiness and protecting their land for future generations.
Fieldays is back again and with so many changes on the horizon for farmers, our Associate Director of Natural Capital Agribusiness, Dana Muir shares her perspective on the future of agribusiness in New Zealand.
The twelve-month period up until 31 March 2019 was an interesting time for investment markets. Overall it was a strong period, but there was a general increase in ups and downs – also known as market volatility, particularly in comparison to the year before. Here’s a look back at the year and what we could expect in the year ahead.
Margaret Bei, Commercial Senior Associate at BNZ, joined the Business Banking Graduate programme in 2017. Margaret shares her advice below to students who are in their last year of study, and unsure on what their next step will be.