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    Default NZSA South Island Branch - meetings & seminars

    Sorry for late notice (but better late than never):

    The Canterbury branch of the NZ Shareholder Association invite today (20. August) to a presentation given by Pita Alexander: 20 August, 7 pm, Fendelton Croquet Club, 28 Makora Street, Christchurch

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    Entry is free ... and obviously, if you didn't join yet the NZSA ... than we hope you will ...
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    Default seminar: Investor Basics in Christchurch

    NZ Shareholders’ – Get your Money Fighting Fit!


    NZ Shareholders Assn have organised a couple of evenings about investment (to be held during "Money week").

    The evening sessions will be at Quality Hotel Elms, 456 Papanui Rd, opposite ‘Animates’ on the consecutive evenings 1 and 2 September, starting each day at 7.30pm.

    The first evening is aimed at those who are unsure about investing, have no idea where to start or what direction they should head.

    The second evening, which follows on from the first evening’s presentation, is aimed at investors who want to increase their knowledge of the Sharemarket.

    Keynote speaker: Martin Hawes (Well-known investor, writer and columnist)

    Other presenters: Chris Swasbrook (Elevation Capital), Grant Davies (Hamilton, Hindin, Greene), Martin Fraser-Allen (Craigs Investment Partners).

    Address given by John Hawkins (Auckland-based Chairman of the NZ Shareholders’ Association)

    Cost: $25.00. (If attending BOTH evenings the second evening will be free) $30.00 on the night.

    Register http://www.nzshareholders.co.nz/shar...nts.cfm?eid=89
    For further information email moneyweek@nzsa.org or Ph 03 942 8247.
    Last edited by BlackPeter; 26-08-2015 at 02:57 PM. Reason: updated info (speakers)
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    Default Tony Carter in Christchurch: Tuesday, 11. October, 7.30 pm, RSA Building

    On Tuesday 11 October at 7.30 pm Tony Carter will talk at a NZSA branch meeting in the Christchurch RSA Building, 74 Armagh Street.

    Title: “A director’s perspective”

    Tony will share some of his experiences as a director of New Zealand listed companies including Air NZ and Fisher and Paykel Healthcare”

    This will be open to non NZ Shareholders Association members to attend. Tony Carter is Chairman of Air New Zealand, Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, and a director of Fletcher Building and ANZ Bank (NZ). Free Entry. Find out more about the Shareholders Association and hear from one of New Zealand's leading businessmen.
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    Default John Ryder in Christchurch "The Fundamentals of Investing" : Nov 17, 7.30 pm, RSA;

    Come and hear John Ryder talk about

    "The Fundamentals of Investing"

    John is joint founder of New Zealand publicly listed retirement village operator Ryman Healthcare, one of NZ's best-performing companies of the last decade; has been a director of listed jewellery company Michael Hill International; is a shareholder and director of New Zealand King Salmon, NZ's largest salmon farming company; and chairman of one of New Zealand's most successful private equity investment fund managers Direct Capital.

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    This event is organised by the Canterbury branch of the NZSA.

    On November 17, 2016 at RSA Club Rooms, The Poppy Room, 74 Armagh Street, Christchurch

    Entry $10.00 (Cash, sorry no EFTPOS). The evening will conclude with light refreshments.

    Please help us to prepare for this event by registering here: nzsa-canterbury.org.nz
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    I had the pleasure of listening to John Ryder a couple of months ago at a Traders NZ evening.
    A fantastic presentator.

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    Default Reminder: John Ryder presentation Thursday, 17. Nov in Christchurch

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    Please help us to prepare for this event by registering here:
    http://www.nzshareholders.co.nz/shar...ts.cfm?eid=105
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    Default NZSA Canterbury: Carl Davidson Presentation 20. April, 7pm, Christchurch RSA

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    NZSA Canterbury is organising a presentation from Carl Davidson (CEO of Research First): April 20, 7pm, Christchurch RSA (74 Armagh Street):

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    Everybody welcome; $10.00 entry fee as cost contribution;
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackPeter View Post
    https://www.nzshareholders.co.nz/sha...D=6&branchID=5

    NZSA Canterbury is organising a presentation from Carl Davidson (CEO of Research First): April 20, 7pm, Christchurch RSA (74 Armagh Street):

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    Everybody welcome; $10.00 entry fee as cost contribution;
    Just a reminder:
    Carl's presentation is this Thursday at the Christchurch RSA (74 Armagh Street). Starts 7pm. The talk looks very relevant for anybody who wants to better understand the human factor and herd behaviour in investing. If you live in or close to Christchurch and are interested in investing - this is the event to go to!
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    Default Brian Gaynor Presentation in Christchurch: 10. May 2017

    The NZSA Canterbury invited Brian Gaynor from Milford Asset Management to talk about national and international investment opportunities:

    "St. Christophers", 244 Avonhead Road, Christchurch, Date: 10. May, 7.30 pm

    Everybody welcome. A $20 door charge to recover our expenses applies. Preregistration at: nzshareholders.co.nz or email nzsachch@gmail.com encouraged.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackPeter View Post
    The NZSA Canterbury invited Brian Gaynor from Milford Asset Management to talk about national and international investment opportunities:

    "St. Christophers", 244 Avonhead Road, Christchurch, Date: 10. May, 7.30 pm

    Everybody welcome. A $20 door charge to recover our expenses applies. Preregistration at: nzshareholders.co.nz or email nzsachch@gmail.com encouraged.

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    I've heard Brian speak a couple of times. He is both insightful and entertaining. It should be a great night.
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