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HHG Adviser Grant Davies Discusses the Upcoming Election and the Pipeline Breach

New Zealand shares were little changed at the start of election week. New Zealand Refining and Air New Zealand dropped following a pipeline leak, while A2 Milk Co rose. The S&P/NZX 50 Index fell 3.95 points, or 0.05 per cent, to 7,758.71. Within the index, 17 stocks fell, 15 rose and 18 were unchanged. Turnover was $131 million. "People are a little more cautious and happy to wait for certainty," said Grant Davies, investment adviser at Hamilton Hindin Greene. "There...

How to Get Rich, Slowly.

I am often asked how best to make money and protect capital. Record low interest rates around the world are making it difficult for investors to attain an adequate return from bank deposits. Should you invest in Property, Shares, Cash or Fixed Interest? The short answer is yes, to all of them. Every asset class has their merits, and spreading your risk is the only free lunch you will get on the way to wealth creation. A rudimentary example of how...

The week on the markets with Jeremy Sullivan & Grant Walker from the National Business Review (NBR) 3min audio feature

Fletcher Building, Sky City and the week ahead. Tune into market talk with Jeremy Sullivan and Grant Walker. 3min audio

SLI Systems shares sink to record low in run-up to earnings season - Grant Williamson talks to the National Business Review

SLI Systems shares sank to a record low, extending this year's decline, as a dearth of news ahead of next month's earnings season has seen some investors exit the e-commerce software vendor. The shares dropped 8 percent to 23 cents today and have fallen 49 percent so far this year making them the fifth-worst performer on the S&P/NZX All Index. The volume of trading was light at 103,244 shares, or 0.2 percent of shares on issue, in what's a relatively...
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Hamilton Hindin Greene - Investment Committee

Hamilton Hindin Greene’s investment committee consists of six committee members, combining a broad level of expertise which ensures our clients receive a robust investment service. The broad investment philosophy of the committee is one of long-term growth. The committee focuses on quality, blue-chip direct equities and fixed interest securities that fit our strict investment criteria. The committee meet once a month, or as market movements dictate, to discuss the recommended portfolio and investigate avenues to bring further value to our clients....
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Grant Davies Discusses the Week Ahead with The NBR's Calida Smylie

Investors will be focused on inflation data coming out from China early this week and the US later in the week, Hamilton Hindin Greene investment adviser Grant Davies says. “Inflation is obviously well worth a look in terms of how that’s going to impact growth internationally, and how that’s going to help grease the wheels of the economy... It’s one to watch for New Zealand investors.” As well as looking at the week ahead, Grant looks back to last week in...
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HHG Presentation - NZX Group CEO Mark Peterson and CFO Bevan Millar

Hamilton Hindin Greene had the pleasure of hosting Mark Peterson (NZX CEO), and Bevan Millar (NZX CFO) earlier this week. In front of a small group of clients and advisers, Mark explained the renewed focus on cost control at the NZX Group, and how shareholders are going to benefit from growth in New Zealand’s capital market. We looked back at the problems the NZX have overcome over the past few years. They have put the Ralec court case behind them (without...

Implementing Common Reporting Standard (CRS) and changes to Hamilton Hindin Greene's Terms & Conditions

Globalisation has provided opportunities for offshore tax evasion. In response, the OECD has developed the Common Reporting Standard (CRS) for Automatic Exchange of Financial Account Information in Tax Matters (AEOI) to provide a global framework for the exchange of financial account information about persons that invest outside of their jurisdiction of tax residence. In broad terms, the CRS requires that financial institutions carry out due diligence to review their financial accounts to identify accounts held or controlled by foreign tax...
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Bonus Bonds: The much more Fun Investment, Yeah Right.

Bonus Bonds hold a truly unique place in New Zealand’s investing landscape, like many new Zealanders, I myself have held them (courtesy of a gift of my parents) when I was a child. A Little History…. Bonus Bonds is actually a unit trust founded in 1970 with a reward scheme based on cash prizes. The New Zealand Government launched bonus bonds under the Unit Trusts Act 1960 through the Post Office Savings Bank (which later became PostBank) with the goal...

International Fund Update: Barramundi

Barramundi has long history of appearing in portfolios for retail investors looking for Australian exposure and a very attractive dividend yield. Barramundi is a well-diversified fund made-up of small to medium sized Australian companies, trading on the NZ share market, offering high growth potential to NZ investors. On the surface, the fund represents a favourable opportunity for NZ investors to achieve high dividend returns and diversification outside of NZ. Look below the surface and one question remains, is the dividend...
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