It says 12 months' notice will allow employees time to consider their options.
"This just feels a little bit naive, slightly discriminatory and heavy-handed."
Sir John Key has described Watson as "the outstanding applicant for the role".
An economist is warning they could hamper the economy in the short-term.
"This is disappointing but not at all surprising."
Westpac is accused of more than 23 million money laundering offences.
It says they're likely to be a better predictor of future debt payback performance.
It's not just millennials wanting to see their money used responsibly.
Profit for second-half of 2019 to be slashed by $A559m.
It's the latest action in a day of civil disobedience.
He is the chairperson of ANZ New Zealand and sits on the board of its parent bank in Australia.
"We need banks to support rural customers and act responsibly."
The banks agree not to close any branches outside of main centres during the trial.
Some are giving their staff long lunches, a meeting-free day or shutting up shop altogether.
They'll be forced to "treat their customers fairly" - or else.
"Take the lead and get genuinely visibly angry."
There are some common mistakes that should be avoided.
He has been found guilty of sexual violation.
"This is not a Muslim country," the complainant said.
The victim claims the woman has "genuine intentions".
"It's kind of like I'm being rewarded for my irresponsibility," said one customer.
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The financial situation of some retirees could change dramatically.
But are banks passing on the full cut?
The Reserve Bank is expected to slash the official cash rate on Wednesday.
The bank has apologised for overcharging customers millions.
The fallout from his fraud scheme triggered a default on Mozambique's sovereign debt.
While low or zero interest rates would benefit those still paying off their mortgages, it would also be a sign that the global economy is in a dire state.
It says the bank failed to provide customers with key information.
It's angered the Commerce Commission - and ordinary Kiwis.