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Fee wise man: Estonian billionaire wants banks to play fair

Wise founder Kristo Käärmann asks ComCom inquiry to include money transfers in scope of ongoing personal banking market study.

WATCH: Wise CEO Kristo Käärmann speaks with Will Mace.

Will Mace Tue, 19 Dec 2023

New Zealanders are effectively being ripped off by a lack of transparency in the fees they pay to banks and other money transfer agents, according to the co-founder and CEO of international money transfer business Wise.

Kristo Käärmann, who spoke to NBR via Zoom while on a recent visit to Sydney,

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