Payments NZ news stories
The Consumer Data Right and what it could mean for Aotearoa's data privacy
“We believe the open data revolution can only strengthen our country’s economic prosperity and individual financial wellbeing.”
COVID-19: Contactless payment limit increased to $200
PaymentsNZ says the change will be progressively rolled out ‘over the coming days’, but may take weeks in some cases due to the number of cards, payment terminals and businesses involved.
Kiwis slow to jump on eWallet bandwagon
New data highlights that only 16% of all online purchases made in New Zealand in 2018 were via eWallet, with local adoption rates trailing the global average of 37%. Similarly, only 2% of instore retail payments were made via eWallet compared to 12% globally.
Museum analytics startup Dexibit wins top prize in Fintech Innovation Challenge
Dexibit has come out on top at the Fintech Innovation Challenge, walking away with a $5000 cash prize and business mentoring opportunities.
Five reasons you should attend The Point 2016
On 8 & 9 November, Auckland will host financial services & payments professionals, Kiwi fintech startups & international experts at The Point 2016.
The Point 2016 – an A to Z of digital disruption in payments
Find out how the payments industry is being disrupted at The Point 2016, New Zealand’s only industry-wide payments conference.
Calling all fintech startups – get in front of key players, potential partners and investors
If you’re part of a fintech startup with the potential to transform the financial services industry, then Payments NZ wants to help you.