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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackPeter View Post
    Sorry for inciting your ire. My deepest appologies for having been slack (no excuses I could come up with), and yes, normally I am a bit closer to the ball and give a couple of weeks notice ...

    Here is another place you could check, which normally announces these events a bit earlier: http://www.nzshareholders.co.nz/shar...D=6&branchID=5

    These events are organised from the NZSA South Island for its (paying) members, but non members are normally welcome. If you want to make sure you learn about these talks at your earliest convenience, than I recommend to support the good work of the NZSA for all shareholders and join them: http://www.nzshareholders.co.nz/members.cfm; South Island Members are informed about these talks through a monthly newsletter.

    If you join you could even volunteer to make these social media releases and do a much better job than I do.

    You could even join the committee and organise them - this would give you still more notice ; Send me a PM if you are interested ...
    ....or better still offer to be a guest presenter
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    Nelson Group NZSA
    The short month of February always catches me napping. All are welcome to the next meeting of the NZ Shareholders Nelson Group which will be on 11th March in the Richmond Library, Barnicoat Room at 10.30am.Frank Stewart, treasurer of our Christchurch Branch, will speak on 'A Twenty Year Perspective as an Investor'.

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    Default Christchurch - Retail Investor Evening March 12, 6 pm

    Retail investor evening at the Papanui with presentations from Ryman Healthcare and Sharesies:

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    If you want to join the dinner after the event, than please register as advised above.
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    Default NZSA SI AGM: Stu Thomas (Jarden formerly NZFC) talk; RSM, 18. July 2019, Christchurch

    Date: 18 July 2019
    time: 7 pm (AGM), the talk is likely to start roughly 20 min later
    venue: Christchurch RSA Inc, 74 Armagh St, Christchurch

    The South Island Branch of the New Zealand Shareholders Association (NZSA) is holding their AGM, followed by a talk given by Stu Thomas, Director and Wealth Management Adviser with Jarden (formally First New Zealand Capital );

    Jarden is a leading full service, wholly NZ owned, share broking and investment banking firm. Stu Thomas has had 25 years’ experience in the banking industry, the last 14 of which as a Senior Investment Adviser with a NZ Private Bank. Stu works at Jarden with Private Clients and Charities in Canterbury. Through understanding their long terms goals and objectives, he establishes a range of investments for them that aim to deliver long term growth, income, or wealth preservation.

    Stu has a strong belief in the power of asset allocation, risk management, and investment research, and provides strategic investment advice and portfolio management to high net worth individuals, family trusts, and charities.

    Non-NZSA members are welcome to attend. This may be for you if you are interested in or invested in the share market, (no matter whether you are a newbie or a seasoned investor). You will learn in our presentations about investment strategies and about some listed NZX companies. You have a chance to learn from the speaker and also talk to NZSA members who can share their investing experiences.
    You can also arrange to become a member of NZSA if you wish to.
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    Default Christchurch: "Introduction to Investing" run by John Hawkins; Full day - Aug 3rd

    Date & Time :Sat, Aug 3 2019, 9:00AM - 4:00PM
    Presenter: John Hawkins (Director and former Chairman of the NZSA)
    Cost: $100 for members, $130 for non members;
    Registration essential: https://www.nzshareholders.co.nz/sha...ts.cfm?eid=151

    Starting to Invest in the Sharemarket? Confused? Wanting better options?

    This is an independent educational and informational course presented by the N.Z. Shareholders Association. No sales pitches, just good advice.

    The course assumes no prior investment knowledge, but is suited to those wishing to freshen or broaden their knowledge of available investment options.

    The course offers an overview of a range of options available to retail investors.

    The emphasis is on shares, bonds and managed funds, but also covers property and commodities.

    The course will give you a range of tools and information to help you not only get started, but also build an investment portfolio, including a range of common ways of assessing performance of shares and funds.

    It includes ways to assess and mitigate risks, asset allocation, fee structures, tracking tools, common scams and much more.
    There are still some vacancies for this course which is limited to 18 participants.

    Two sessions of 3 hours. Price is $130, reduced to the NZSA member or member partner price of $100 if you subsequently join the Association.

    To enrol go to the NZSA website: https://www.nzshareholders.co.nz/sha...ts.cfm?eid=151

    Price includes a 70+ page workbook and light refreshments for morning and afternoon tea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackPeter View Post
    Date & Time :Sat, Aug 3 2019, 9:00AM - 4:00PM
    Presenter: John Hawkins (Director and former Chairman of the NZSA)
    Cost: $100 for members, $130 for non members;
    Registration essential: https://www.nzshareholders.co.nz/sha...ts.cfm?eid=151



    There are still some vacancies for this course which is limited to 18 participants.

    Two sessions of 3 hours. Price is $130, reduced to the NZSA member or member partner price of $100 if you subsequently join the Association.

    To enrol go to the NZSA website: https://www.nzshareholders.co.nz/sha...ts.cfm?eid=151

    Price includes a 70+ page workbook and light refreshments for morning and afternoon tea.
    Course is running in a fortnight - and only a small number of places left. Here is your chance ...
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    Default Christchurch - November 19th: A presentation by Sam Stubbs (proprietor of Simplicity)

    An Evening with Sam Stubbs, Founding Director of Simplicity Fund Manager organised by NZSA South Island Branch.

    From their members info:

    Date: Tuesday the 19th November 2019
    Time: 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
    Venue: The Papanui Club, Sawyers Arms Road, Christchurch
    Facilities: Ample parking. The Bistro is open until 8.30 pm

    Note the earlier time of 5 p.m. This is so we can fit in with Sam's busy schedule, and enable him to make his departing flight from Christchurch.

    Sam Stubbs founded Simplicity- a not for profit fund manager, offering Kiwi Saver and other investments funds. Sam has a big vision and believes that New Zealand is poised to be “the Singapore” of the Pacific. He also has a unique perspective on Public Private Partnerships.

    “When investing, the cockroach theory says, there is rarely just one under the
    fridge”, says Sam Stubbs. He is not afraid to call out questionable governance and recently wrote a “please explain” letter to Sir John Key, the Chairperson of the Board of the ANZ Bank (NZ) asking for transparency around a recent land transaction by his ex-CEO.

    In early October Sam announced that Simplicity will be entering the mortgage market by offering first home loans to its members at a rate well below the bank.

    Expect this presentation to be both thought provoking and informative.
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    All welcome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackPeter View Post
    An Evening with Sam Stubbs, Founding Director of Simplicity Fund Manager organised by NZSA South Island Branch.

    From their members info:

    Date: Tuesday the 19th November 2019
    Time: 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
    Venue: The Papanui Club, Sawyers Arms Road, Christchurch
    Facilities: Ample parking. The Bistro is open until 8.30 pm

    Note the earlier time of 5 p.m. This is so we can fit in with Sam's busy schedule, and enable him to make his departing flight from Christchurch.

    Sam Stubbs founded Simplicity- a not for profit fund manager, offering Kiwi Saver and other investments funds. Sam has a big vision and believes that New Zealand is poised to be “the Singapore” of the Pacific. He also has a unique perspective on Public Private Partnerships.

    “When investing, the cockroach theory says, there is rarely just one under the
    fridge”, says Sam Stubbs. He is not afraid to call out questionable governance and recently wrote a “please explain” letter to Sir John Key, the Chairperson of the Board of the ANZ Bank (NZ) asking for transparency around a recent land transaction by his ex-CEO.

    In early October Sam announced that Simplicity will be entering the mortgage market by offering first home loans to its members at a rate well below the bank.

    Expect this presentation to be both thought provoking and informative.
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    All welcome.
    Just a reminder ... the Sam Stubbs presentation is this coming Tuesday at 5 pm at the Papanui. Plenty of parking available. Please arrive on time.
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    Default Christchurch 18. Feb 2020: Presentation - NZ Superfund decision making

    Mike Frith (Chief Economist) and Alice Mew from the NZ Superannuation Fund will be presenting to the Branch on Tuesday 18th February at 7pm at the Papanui Club.

    Date: Tuesday the 18th February 2020
    Time: 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
    Venue: The Papanui Club, 310 Sawyers Arms Road, Christchurch

    The NZ Superannuation Fund is a sovereign wealth fund with about $46 billion, (46 thousand million NZ dollars), invested. The purpose of the Fund is to partially pre-fund the future cost of NZ Superannuation, which is expected to increase as a result of NZ’s ageing population.

    The Superannuation Fund was created by the NZ Superannuation and Retirement Act 2001 under the fifth Labour Government, and is colloquially known as the "Cullen Fund".

    It will be interesting to hear about the Fund’s investment decision making. If you have any question for Mike Frith or Alice Mew, or issues that you would like addressed send me a PM and I will forward to the organiser
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackPeter View Post
    Mike Frith (Chief Economist) and Alice Mew from the NZ Superannuation Fund will be presenting to the Branch on Tuesday 18th February at 7pm at the Papanui Club.

    Date: Tuesday the 18th February 2020
    Time: 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
    Venue: The Papanui Club, 310 Sawyers Arms Road, Christchurch

    The NZ Superannuation Fund is a sovereign wealth fund with about $46 billion, (46 thousand million NZ dollars), invested. The purpose of the Fund is to partially pre-fund the future cost of NZ Superannuation, which is expected to increase as a result of NZ’s ageing population.

    The Superannuation Fund was created by the NZ Superannuation and Retirement Act 2001 under the fifth Labour Government, and is colloquially known as the "Cullen Fund".

    It will be interesting to hear about the Fund’s investment decision making. If you have any question for Mike Frith or Alice Mew, or issues that you would like addressed send me a PM and I will forward to the organiser
    Just a reminder .... if you happen to be today in or close to Christchurch, tonight is an opportunity for you to learn more about the NZ Superfund decision making.

    Organised and brought to you by your local NZSA committee ...

    Hope to see you around!
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    Default NZSA SI (Christchurch): Bruce Sheppard - postponed

    Edit: Unfortunately we have to postpone this meeting due to the COVID-19 outbreak. We will set a new date after the COVID-19 restrictions are over.

    Just an early warning from the South Island branch:

    Mark your diaries now for the next and “not-to-be missed” branch presentation in Christchurch at 7 p.m. on Tuesday 28 April 2020 at the St Barnabus Church Hal by Bruce Sheppard.

    Bruce Sheppard the NZSA founder will speak to us about “Wealth”.

    I expect that this will be about creating wealth, maintaining wealth and ultimately spending it. Perhaps how to do without too much wealth and about other forms of wealth. Whatever the final outcome, it is bound to be entertaining.

    More details and final confirmation of the date, time and venue will be provided later.

    Date: Tuesday the 28th April 2020
    Time: 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
    Venue: St Barnabus Church Hall, 8 Tui St (off Fendalton Road), Fendalton, Christchurch
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackPeter View Post
    Edit: Unfortunately we have to postpone this meeting due to the COVID-19 outbreak. We will set a new date after the COVID-19 restrictions are over.

    Just an early warning from the South Island branch:

    Mark your diaries now for the next and “not-to-be missed” branch presentation in Christchurch at 7 p.m. on Tuesday 28 April 2020 at the St Barnabus Church Hal by Bruce Sheppard.

    Bruce Sheppard the NZSA founder will speak to us about “Wealth”.

    I expect that this will be about creating wealth, maintaining wealth and ultimately spending it. Perhaps how to do without too much wealth and about other forms of wealth. Whatever the final outcome, it is bound to be entertaining.

    More details and final confirmation of the date, time and venue will be provided later.

    Date: Tuesday the 28th April 2020
    Time: 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
    Venue: St Barnabus Church Hall, 8 Tui St (off Fendalton Road), Fendalton, Christchurch
    Please note that the Bruce Sheppard event on 28th of April 2020 in Christchurch has been postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak. A new date / time will be set and notified when appropriate.
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