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    Quote Originally Posted by percy View Post
    No so.
    A very important listing for HGH as it gives them access to Australian institutions, who otherwise would not be allowed to support HGH's funding requirements.
    That’s what I meant by window dressing

    It’s not there for the likes of nadzab
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    Quote Originally Posted by percy View Post
    No so.
    A very important listing for HGH, as it gives them access to Australian institutions, who otherwise would not be allowed to support HGH's funding requirements.Not only that, but any Australian fund can also invest in HGH,although most will be on NZ registry for liquidity reasons, they are still investing in an ASX listed company.
    Whether any trade or not does not matter.
    Well no reason NADZAB can't trade HGH on ASX.Liquidity would be a problem though.Could possibly be the odd chance of currency arbitrage.
    Yes window dressing,but very important window dressing.

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    So Today - NZX 1.70NZD/ASX 1.46AUD thats roughly a 16% difference.
    - AUD/NZD pair today 4% difference

    - Am I missing something.....
    - As of today 12% cheaper to buy on ASX
    - Transaction cost cheaper on ASX
    - Dividend payment 6.54% on ASX / 5.81% NZX (due to cheaper share price)
    - If I am a non tax resident of AUZ&NZ the ASX would be the best exchange to buy on assuming I can buy them on ASX for this price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NADZAB View Post
    So Today - NZX 1.70NZD/ASX 1.46AUD thats roughly a 16% difference.
    - AUD/NZD pair today 4% difference

    - Am I missing something.....
    - As of today 12% cheaper to buy on ASX
    - Transaction cost cheaper on ASX
    - Dividend payment 6.54% on ASX / 5.81% NZX (due to cheaper share price)
    - If I am a non tax resident of AUZ&NZ the ASX would be the best exchange to buy on assuming I can buy them on ASX for this price.
    That $1.46 was the price for the last sale ....1 share on August 31st ......no sales since then

    Today there are no sellers ...none whatsoever ...hasn’t been for zonks but somebody offering to buy at 154

    As percy said no liquidity for Hgh on the ASX ...need that to do what you want to do

    Put a bid in ...you never know
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    "ANZ NZ is staying mum on a report it may be again trying to sell finance company UDC. The Australian reports an ANZ sale of UDC could be on again with Morgan Stanley acting as an advisor. Asked about this an ANZ NZ spokeswoman told interest.co.nz; "We don’t comment on market speculation so won’t be making a comment here." In its annual results announcement in October ANZ said it was again exploring a range of strategic options, including divestment, for UDC."

    I don't have a subscription to the Australian, but from the free sample at the top of the article, "All the parties lining up are understood to be private equity firms".

    https://www.interest.co.nz/news/1029...ter-trend-weak

    https://www.theaustralian.com.au/bus...7a928b3c2872dc (for those with a subscription)
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    https://www.nzx.com/announcements/346068

    Pretty short tenure.
    I'll leave it at that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RTM View Post
    https://www.nzx.com/announcements/346068

    Pretty short tenure.
    I'll leave it at that.
    Chair says “her contribution throughout that period, particularly in relation to the people, culture and conduct areas.”

    Job done ...Heartland a bit boring now ....move on to other companies that need help

    I’ll leave it at that

    Only a Director of Heartland Bank ..never made it to Heartland Group
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    Maybe the company's culture will move towards a more commercial focus now, that would be a good thing in my opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagle View Post
    Maybe the company's culture will move towards a more commercial focus now, that would be a good thing in my opinion.
    I think their commercial focus is already very strong
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    Taken a while but @ 1.75 I am now break even again, now lets head off to 2.00 plus

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    Quote Originally Posted by blockhead View Post
    Taken a while but @ 1.75 I am now break even again, now lets head off to 2.00 plus
    The shares have recently commenced a nice steady uptrend so the chart is highly supportive of further gains and I maintain fundamentally its very good value so I would think the chances of your wish coming true in 2020 are pretty good.
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    I think HGH share price has been held back by all the "woes" of the Austrsalian banks .

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    Agreed, that hasn't helped but obviously has nothing to do with HGH. Also the uncertainty of what the RBNZ was going to do has been removed so I think this has excellent prospects going forward notwithstanding today's solid gain.
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    New Director of the Bank has good credentials


    Shelley’s governance experience includes businesses involved in fintech, large scale technology infrastructure and payments innovation, wealth management, venture capital and education based growth for SMEs and she is currently a non-executive director of The Icehouse Limited and 9 Spokes Limited. Shelley has extensive banking experience in the New Zealand market. Her last role as an executive was leading BNZ Partners, which spanned all aspects of business banking and wealth management for Bank of New Zealand.
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    Shelley Ruha a real champion for inclusion and diversity in the workplace as well
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