Financial Literacy stories
Risky AI & bots manipulate markets, warn UK finance professionals
94% of senior UK finance professionals consider AI-driven market manipulation an impending threat, as bots harbour potential to covertly disrupt trading, cites a study by eflow Global.
CDSL launches multilingual services in silver jubilee celebration
SEBI Chair Madhabi Puri Buch initiates two multi-lingual tools from Central Depository Services (India) on its 25th anniversary, aiming to enhance accessibility in India's capital market.
Life101 Launchpad: Online course teaching practical skills to youth
Life101 Launchpad, a new online programme, aims to bolster youth financial literacy and life skills. .
Tradies' guide: Prepare now for a fresh start in 2024
It’s critical that tradies take the opportunity ahead of the January cashflow slowdown to get their business in shape so they can make a fresh start.
Tonik Bank and MoEngage bring digital banking to unbanked Filipinos
Tonik Bank collaborates with MoEngage, driving digital banking access for unbanked Filipinos and aiming to revolutionise financial services.
Lista unveils new branding and focus on personal finance
Lista, a finance application from the Philippines, is rebranding to emphasise personal finance and encourage users to gain financial literacy.
ANZ digital finance transformations falling behind
Only 5% of Australian organisations and 2% of their New Zealand counterparts have a strategy to accomplish a robust digital finance transformation.
Montessori Australia, Raiz Invest improve financial literacy
Montessori Australia (MA) has announced it is partnering with Raiz Invest to improve financial literacy for Australian children.
Apple NZ posts modest profit of $23m
Apple NZ reports healthy revenue and modest profit in 2020, with revenue reaching $965.5m and a profit of $23.3m.
Mastercard launches new initiatives to empower those hit by COVID-19 lockdowns
Mastercard commits to bringing one billion people and 50 million businesses into the digital economy by 2025, with a focus on women entrepreneurs.
Kiwis adopting great savings habits but overestimating returns
Kiwis save beyond KiwiSaver but misjudge interest rates, losing out on potential investment gains.
Government invests in financial literacy education
Government invests $10.2m in financial education initiatives to equip young New Zealanders with money management skills.