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Jargon Buster

Jargon Buster – Investment Committee

Hamilton Hindin Greene’s Investment Committee consists of eight 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, fixed interest securities and managed

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What is a new issue of debt or hybrid securities?

The process for raising funds via a new issue of debt or hybrid securities on the New Zealand Debt Market (NZDX) involves an issuer working with an investment bank or NZX market participant (HHG). The investment bank or NZX market participant is responsible for organising the issue of securities, along

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Jargon Buster – Concentration Risk

Having large exposure to one company makes your overall financial position very susceptible to the fortunes of that company. This is called ‘concentration risk.’ The fortunes of even the best companies can change, and it can often be caused by things outside their control. Ryman is perhaps the most pertinent

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The Fixed Interest and bond market is full of jargon. Below we have explained some terms used in the article above. Yield to Maturity – The yield to maturity is a key factor when looking at bonds. The yield to maturity takes into account the Coupon, and the relative premium/discount

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