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Heartland is a New Zealand bank with roots stretching back to 1875 and a proud history of serving communities through respected names such as CBS Canterbury, Southern Cross Building Society, PGG Wrightson Finance and MARAC.
Heartland Bank is extremely proud to be recognised as Canstar’s Bank of the Year – Savings for the fifth year in a row.
We’re proud to have been a finalist for Leader Māori HR at the 2022 HRNZ Awards, for our Manawa Ako internship programme. Based on the concept of ‘ako’, meaning to learn and to teach, Manawa Ako provides opportunities for the next generation of Māori and Pasifika to experience working in the financial sector and within … Continue reading “Heartland a finalist for Leader Māori HR – HRNZ Awards”
Heartland Bank has announced the appointment of Leanne Lazarus as Chief Executive Officer (subject to Reserve Bank of New Zealand non-objection), effective from 1 August 2022. Leanne will succeed current Heartland Bank CEO Chris Flood who has been appointed Deputy Group CEO of Heartland Bank’s parent company, Heartland Group Holdings Limited (Heartland Group). Leanne and … Continue reading “Heartland Bank announces Leanne Lazarus as new CEO”
Heartland is pleased to announce the replacement of all internal 4WD vehicles (equating 23% of the total fleet) with hybrid alternatives.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, we wanted to feature some of the incredible mahi three of our Heartlanders commit to in their spare time.
Recently, Heartland completed a review and some of its fees have been updated, effective from 1 February 2022.
To meet new CCCFA obligations, Heartland is using bank statement retrieval as a digital way to verify loan applicants’ income and expenses.
Heartland’s GHG reported for FY2020 were 955 tCO2e – this is an absolute reduction of 17% from our FY2019 baseline.
Our Manawa Ako interns for the 20/21 intake worked with artist Shane Hansen to create a series of four murals that represent Heartland’s mātāpono (values).
Heartland Home Loans has seen a number of successes in FY2021, as described in this excerpt from our Annual Report.
The award recognises Heartland’s commitment to offer great returns to its customers – even in a low interest environment.
Heartland has disrupted the home loans market again by lowering some of its already market-leading rates.
As a member of the Climate Leaders Coalition, Heartland has agreed to set public Greenhouse Gas emissions reduction targets.
This International Women’s Day, we wanted to share what our female leaders have to say about being women in business.
Heartland reviews the fees for each of its consumer credit lending products to ensure that these charges are reasonable.
Challenger bank Heartland has added another product to its growing list of digital offerings – this time for the rural market.
Heartland, together with MARAC (its vehicle finance division), has streamlined its car loan offering with a new online application.
Heartland has lowered its already low floating home loan rate to 2.50% p.a. – the lowest floating rate offered by a bank in New Zealand.
Once again, Reverse Mortgages performed well in the financial year, showing strong growth across both New Zealand and Australia.
Our customers were offered a range of loan variation options including payment holidays, reduced principal payments and interest only payments.
Heartland takes the lead in the home loans market with New Zealand’s lowest fixed term rates in an already low market.
Heartland is excited to announce the launch of Heartland Extend, an adjustable term loan designed to help organisations take control of their cashflow.
Te wiki o te reo Māori is an opportunity for New Zealanders to embrace te reo and tikanga Māori. But it shouldn’t be the only time we do so.
Heartland Bank has scored a hattrick, winning Canstar’s Bank of the Year – Savings Award for the third year running.
Heartland Bank (Heartland) is pleased to join over 200 accredited Living Wage Employers in New Zealand.
The importance of women in work is no longer disputed, but some perceptions about structure and gender haven’t quite caught up.
Heartland Home Loans offers New Zealand’s lowest 1- and 2-year fixed term home loan rates with no set up fees and an online application.
Manawa Ako, our internship programme, helps Heartland embrace and normalise tikanga and te reo Māori.
Heartland Bank is excited to be the broadcast sponsor of TVNZ 2’s The Bachelorette, premiering on New Zealand screens in 2020.
The inaugural T20 clash between NZ cricket and rugby greats in 2019 saw thousands of Kiwis come together to enjoy a day of sport, competition and fun.
Kia Finance – a new vehicle finance service for people looking to purchase a new or used Kia from a Kia dealership.
Digital is one of Heartland’s three core strategic focus areas alongside Australian Reverse Mortgages and New Zealand Banking.
Inclusion is a vital element of a business’ sustainability and social purpose. It is the right thing to do – mahi tika.
Our Direct Call Account offers the flexibility for customers to manage their money without minimum deposits or withdrawal fees.
Over the last two years, Heartland Bank has provided internship opportunities for Māori students before they enter the workforce.
Heartland Bank’s Open for Business platform makes the loan application quick and simple for business owners looking to stay ahead of the competition.
Backing and belief from Heartland Bank has cemented the bank’s relationship with Ray and Tanya Charman. Pump It is a subsidiary of Concrete Logistics.
Heartland Bank’s treasurer, Kent Fraser, shares his views on current investment trends in New Zealand.
Heartland Bank’s Mobile App is a fast and simple way to open and manage your call accounts and term deposits on the go.
Heartland Bank is helping get more Kiwi companies on the road to success, thanks to a new finance partnership with Hino trucks.
Heartland Bank has teamed up with NZ Young Farmers in a bid to support young people at the forefront of the rural industry.
Heartland Bank has entered into a partnership with the Auckland Rugby Union to sponsor the region’s top-tier secondary schools competitions.
Heartland Bank helps Māori students test the waters of working life and their study choices – in a corporate environment.
New franchise owners credit hard work and a head start from Heartland Bank for their business success.
Third-time lucky for stock agent Logan Moore, who was named Heartland Bank Young Auctioneer of the Year at last year’s Canterbury A&P show.