Ksenia Stepanova

Ksenia Stepanova

Ksenia Stepanova is a news editor at NZ Adviser. She graduated with a degree in Psychology from the University of Exeter and worked as a writer and researcher at THe Legal 500, a legal directory based in London, before joining Key Media. She has experience covering legal markets across Europe, Asia, and the US, and currently writes for NZ Adviser and Insurance Business New Zealand.

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Astute Financial among the first to receive a full license

The group's advisers discuss how being part of a FAP made their journeys easier

Astute Financial among the first to receive a full license

Is the widely predicted OCR peak too high?

Bank says "a lot needs to go right" for the rate to keep rising

Is the widely predicted OCR peak too high?

Market reacts to OCR increase - how high will it go?

Mortgage rates have started to rise swiftly in response

Market reacts to OCR increase - how high will it go?

Reserve Bank releases November OCR decision

It highlights some of the key risks facing the economy

Reserve Bank releases November OCR decision

Advisers need quality, affordable tech - can NZ provide it?

Expert says there is still a lot of room for fintech growth

Advisers need quality, affordable tech - can NZ provide it?

Pandemic has increased the number of Kiwis who need advice

Minister says more Kiwis are now struggling with their finances

Pandemic has increased the number of Kiwis who need advice

How to be a 'trusted adviser' in a crowded market

Expert shares business strategy tips in time for summer

How to be a 'trusted adviser' in a crowded market

Did the Reserve Bank overstimulate the economy?

Expert says we need to "urgently right the ship"

Did the Reserve Bank overstimulate the economy?

Banks tighten reins on lending - but is it too much?

Borrowers may face an uphill struggle to access lending

Banks tighten reins on lending - but is it too much?

Financial Advice New Zealand kicks off annual conference

This year's event is being run fully virtually

Financial Advice New Zealand kicks off annual conference