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Bank profits decrease due to contracting interest margins and lower other operating income

[02 May 2016]

New Zealand’s five major banks (ANZ, ASB, BNZ, Kiwibank and Westpac) net profit before tax decreased to $1,468 million during the fourth quarter of the 2015 calendar year (being 1 October 2015 to 31 December 2015, 4Q2015).

PwC Herald Talks - Innovation: It’s about staying relevant

[20 April 2016]

The PwC Herald Talks series is focused on addressing the big issues that businesses are facing. The next event, to be held on 18 May, will tackle one of the greatest challenges any company will face: innovation.

Next generation family business leaders ambitious to drive change but worry about family politics

[13 April 2016]

The next generation of family business leaders are well prepared, confident, and above all they have great ambition – both for themselves and for their firms. 88% want to do something special with the business, not just bigger and stronger, but more international, more diversified and more modern.

Financial Services firms fear almost a quarter of their business is at risk from FinTechs

[15 March 2016]

Results from a PwC survey released today, Blurred Lines: How FinTech is shaping Financial Services, which assesses the rise of new technologies in the financial services (FS) sector and their impact on market players, reveals 83% of respondents from traditional FS firms believe part of their business is at risk of being lost to standalone FinTech companies, reaching a staggering 95% in the case of banks.

New Zealand ranks fourth in female economic empowerment among OECD countries

[3 March 2016]

Today, PwC launches its fourth Women in Work Index, which ranks 33 countries in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) on a measure that combines five key indicators of female economic empowerment: the equality of earnings with men; the proportion of women in work (both in absolute terms and relative to men); the female unemployment rate; and the proportion of women in full-time employment.

Transformation challenge for New Zealand public sector

[2 March 2016]

New Zealand’s public sector must continue to improve the way it manages change in order to meet the expectations and entitlements of tomorrow’s citizens, according to a report released by PwC New Zealand today.

More than half of New Zealand organisations are still unprepared for cybercrime incidents

[26 February 2016]

Forty per cent of New Zealand organisations report their workplaces as being victimised by economic crime in the past two years (up from 33 per cent in 2014), according to PwC’s 2016 Global Economic Crime Survey released today.

Invest more in cyber security as incidents are on the rise – PwC Herald Talks

[25 February 2016]

The business community should share security threat incidents to build knowledge about the growing number of breaches, said Adrian Van Hest, PwC National Cyber Leader and panellist at the PwC Herald Talks cyber security event, on 24 February.

PwC works with cloud leaders including Xero & Spotlight Reporting to create an innovative cloud solution

[23 February 2016]

PwC today announced it is working with a range of Australasian cloud providers, from startups to market leaders, to deliver a purpose-built cloud platform that brings together the leading cloud solutions in the market today, all in one place.

Survey finds 40% of New Zealand CEOs very confident about revenue growth, despite an expected challenging global economy this year

[19 February 2016]

Findings from PwC’s New Zealand CEO Survey, released today, show New Zealand CEOs are less positive about the outlook for the global economy than they were last year, but remain optimistic about their own business growth.

Vend Chief Delivery Officer joins PwC to head up new Innovation and Ventures hub

[16 February 2016]

PwC New Zealand has established a dedicated unit focussing on innovation and new ventures for the firm. Nic Kennedy has been appointed as the Chief Innovation and Ventures Officer for PwC New Zealand. Nic brings a wealth of experience to the role and a proven ability to deliver in an agile environment from her previous experience at Vend.

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