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Financial Institutions Performance Survey (FIPS)

Financial Institutions Performance Survey (FIPS)

KPMG's annual study of financial performance across the NZ banking and finance industry.

KPMG's annual study of financial performance across the NZ banking and finance industry.

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Past FIPS and FIPS Quarterly

FIPS Quarterly: June 2016

Banks remain strong, despite facing funding requirement pressure.

 
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FIPS Quarterly: March 2016

Analysis to March, shows that the NZ Banking Sector continues to deliver strong results.

 
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Financial Institutions Performance Survey 2015

KPMG FIPS Review 2015 shows that NZ’s banks delivered outstanding performance.

 
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FIPS Quarterly: December 2015

New Zealand banking sector remains resilient in a competitive market.

 
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FIPS Quarterly: June 2015

Despite growing headwinds globally, NZ’s banking sector had a profitable quarter.

 
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FIPS Quarterly: March 2015

The banking sector recorded an overall increase in net profit after tax for December 2014.

 
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Financial Institutions Performance Survey 2014

FIPS Review of 2014 analyses the performance of NZ’s banks and finance companies.

 
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FIPS Non-Banks: Review of 2014

2014 has been another record year for the non-bank sector.

 
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