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CNBC's Squawk Box talks to Jeremy Sullivan regarding the New Zealand Bond Market

Investors yearning higher yields while keeping a lid on risks have had a hard time of late. One investor says New Zealand debt may come to the rescue. U.S. Treasurys have long been a safe haven asset, but a sharp plunge in yields has pushed investors to search elsewhere. Recent Treasury International Capital (TIC) data revealed foreign investors dumped nearly $33 billion dollars in U.S. paper for the third straight month in June, begging the question of where market players...

NZX continues rally ahead of expected OCR cut - Audio Feature - NBR Radio

New Zealand’s stock market continues to rally ahead of tomorrow morning’s much-anticipated official cash rate (OCR) announcement. The S&P NZX 50 is up 0.3% this week, with the gross index gaining 5.07% in the last 31 days and more than 21% so far this year. Hamilton Hindin Greene investment adviser Jeremy Sullivan says the gains have been, in large part, because of the Reserve Bank lowering the OCR and changing its sentiment at the end of last year. The market...

Myth Busting UK pension transfers

The Internet is a wonderful source of information but it also allows for a lot of misinformation and half truths to flourish! This includes what is said about transferring UK pensions to New Zealand. So I thought it time to try and dispel some of the more common myths about UK pension Transfers. Myth 1: Since Kiwi Saver Schemes have lost their QROPS status I can't transfer my UK Pensions to New Zealand? Wrong, there are a number of schemes in...

Brexit and its affects on UK pension Transfers to QROPS

Following on from my previous post, the firm that I work with who provides UK Financial advice, when required for pension transfer to New Zealand, has published a more detailed assessment of the Brexit effects on UK pension transfers. Please contact me if you want to discuss your UK pension transfer options, Jeremy Henderson

Upcoming Investor Presentation - 20th October 2016 - Ryman - EBOS - Metlifecare

HHG is proud to be hosting Chief Executives, Chief Financial Officers and Management from some of New Zealand's largest listed companies. Ryman Healthcare, EBOS Group and Metlifecare. The Investor Presentation which is to be held on the 20th of October 2016 at 9:30am through to 11:00am, at the newly built function centre of the Sudima Hotel, Christchurch Airport, followed by refreshments. If you would like to attend please RSVP by Thursday the 13th October at the latest. Seats are limited and...

Market Talk with Tom McBride. NBR Radio 08-07-2016

Tom McBride talks to NBR with Andrew Patterson from Sunday Business. Tom McBride discusses the aftermath from Brexit, NZ mergers and acquisitions, a potential IPO from The New Zealand King Salmon Company, and recent results from Michael Hill International.
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Market Talk with Grant Davies. NBR Radio 26-06-2016

Grant Davies talks to Sunday Business with Andrew Patterson and the NBR's Duncan Bridgeman. This week Grant talks about the Brexit decision and how that will impact the local market, as well as discussing the impending takeover of Nuplex and the first full year result for new listing Tegel. Grant Davies Investment Advisor Phone: 03 353 0795 Send an Email View Bio
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On the Road Again - West Coast & South Canterbury

Hamilton Hindin Greene is committed to servicing our clients no matter where they are situated. With that in mind, Grant Davies and Tom McBride have been hitting the road to visit clients on the West Coast, South Canterbury and beyond. Although much of our business can be conducted via email or over the phone, we understand that there is no substitute for meeting in person, which is why Grant & Tom head to the regions on a regular basis. If you...
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The Conservative Investor

Many of Hamilton Hindin Greene’s clients would consider themselves to be conservative investors. These are investors who are happy to take on some risk (in order to beat bank deposit rates, for example), but on the whole are not inclined to take too much risk. Most retirees would fall towards the conservative end of the risk spectrum. However, many who have not sort advice regarding asset allocation will have portfolios that are anything but conservative. Portfolios that have included exposure to...
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