In this Topix, we construct a model to predict mortality in New Zealand and compare this to the actual mortality experience over recent years.
COVID-19 and the related lockdowns have put a huge strain financially and mentally on many. However, flying under the radar is a little-acknowledged fact: fewer New Zealanders are dying.
With the Office of National Statistics releasing mortality data for England and Wales, we’ve done a quick analysis on how Covid-19 deaths fit into the broader picture, and what this looks like in terms of deaths additional to what one might have otherwise expected.
Last updated: 22 April 2020
Commerce Commission takes action over unreasonable fees by lenders.
In this newsletter we discuss insurance regulation in New Zealand.
Here we discuss the impact of the rising NZ dollar and in particular the implications for hedging strategies.
The objective of the review was the minimisation of the extent to which the tax system distorts the way New Zealanders invest.