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KPMG2000 Financial Institutions Performance Survey

The results of the KPMG 2000 New Zealand Financial Institutions Performance Survey will be released on Tuesday 2 May 2000.

KPMG’s Banking and Finance Chairman, Andrew Dinsdale, will make a presentation, be available for questions and host a luncheon. This year, the function will be held in the Wellington office of KPMG, KPMG Centre, 135 Victoria Street, beginning at 12 noon.

As in past years, the Survey will deal with:

 The major findings for 2000
 1999 performance rankings
 Current issues and the outlook for financial institutions

An invitation to the function will be sent next week.

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