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Shaping Payments Together

PNZ sets the rules that keep our payment system open, safe and efficient. We embrace relationships and technology to make sure our system is working at its best now and well into the future.

Integrity, Efficiency, Security

Our business is payment system safety, a level playing field and system efficiency. We work with our members to understand the landscape,  set the rules and standards for New Zealand and make it fair for all.

In a complex and fast moving environment our goal is to get ahead of the curve and make sure our payment system is ready for the changes when they arrive.  By including the groups and individuals that drive our industry on this journey we will ultimately make participation easier and reduce costs for all.

Current News & Media

01 April 2014

Exploring Cryptocurrency

The March Payments Hub meeting tackled the hot topic of cryptocurrency, with a focus on one of the biggest players in the field, Bitcoin.

25 March 2014

Payments NZ launches new standards for mobile payments

New options for making payments by mobile phone are expected to appear later this year. Payments NZ has launched new Mobile Device Rules and Standards that will govern the mobile payments system and protect businesses and consumers.

27 February 2014

Spam Alert

If you receive an unsolicited email from Payments NZ that contains a file with a .rar extension please treat this with caution.

07 February 2014

Cash in New Zealand

Recent headlines in the international media talk about a cashless society. We’ve heard the hype, but what’s really happening in New Zealand? We’ve put together this short series of slides to help explain.

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