While you’re here… help us stay here.

Are you enjoying open access to policy and research published by a broad range of organisations? Please donate today so that we can continue to provide this service.

Organisation

Commission for Financial Capability (New Zealand)

Acronym:
CFFC

The Commission for Financial Capability (CFFC) aims to help New Zealanders to retire with confidence. Retiring with confidence means New Zealanders feel secure that they’ll have the resources to live and the know-how to make ends meet.

Report

Triggering financial behaviour change

The Commission for Financial Capability (CFFC) delivers a range of financial capability seminars and workshops in workplaces and communities under the Sorted brand. Evaluations of Sorted programmes show that many participants change their financial behaviour after completion. The aim of this research was to explore...
Report

Financial knowledge of New Zealanders

Recognising the importance of measuring financial knowledge as a building block of financial capability, this report analyses New Zealand’s results by age, gender, ethnicity, education, employment status and personal income to identify areas of need and opportunity when targeting delivery of financial education.
Report

Financial capability barometer 2018-2019

The Financial Capability Barometer 2018-2019 was a survey of 15,519 adult New Zealanders on their financial behaviours, attitudes and experiences. The data has provided valuable insights into the state of New Zealanders’ personal finances. Importantly, the survey is also a snapshot of New Zealand’s personal...
Report

Impact of COVID-19 on financial wellbeing: key findings from a national survey

In April 2020 during the last two weeks of Level 4 lockdown, Commission for Financial Capability (CFFC) surveyed 3000 people on the effects of COVID-19 on their financial wellbeing. This was part of a study being undertaken in eight countries.
Report

Review of retirement income policies 2019

This report on the 2019 Review of Retirement Income Policies addresses the specific terms of reference set by the Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs. The review raised a number of important issues in relation to New Zealanders’ wellbeing and financial independence in retirement, particularly...