NZAM’s Chief Investment Officer, Greg Peacock, explains some of the fundamental principles that underpin the firm’s investment philosophy.
Ron Gutfleish founded US equity firm Elm Ridge 15 years ago – with a market correlation of 0.159 the fund has delivered a compound rate of return of 12.38% since its inception. Click here to read his present insight into US equities and his strategies.
Greg Peacock comments in the NBR on the balancing act faced by investors as world equity markets bubble.
NZAM purchased an Auckland Blues experience at a charity auction and subsequently donated the prize to Starship Hospital with the aim of enabling several severely ill children to get up close and personal with the team. 3 children from Starship Hospital recently experienced the Captains run at Eden Park prior to the Hurricanes vs Blues […]
See Greg’s 13 June 2014 NBR article on the introduction of futures to the NZX. Click here
NZAM’s very own, Michelle Dickson, Senior Research Analyst, was recently interviewed for a feature in Her Business Magazine. Please click here to see the article online Michelle Dickson works in one of the few remaining male-dominated industries: the finance industry. In a career that has taken her to BNP Paribas and Russell Investments in London […]
Greg Peacock recently featured in the NBR’s Online Ask Me Anything column.
Greg Peacock recently featured in the New Zealand Herald discussing US tapering, this is a copy of his article. The Fed’s easing back on money printing and this time there was no market Taper-Tantrum. Investors still need to be wary, advises Greg Peacock It’s finally happened and the world hasn’t ended. ‘Tapering’ is underway and […]
Andy Morris has been appointed as CEO and is responsible for driving new business growth, running the business including the day-to-day operations. Andy has more than 29 years private, wealth and institutional banking experience including having worked in London, New York and Sydney.
The global economic recovery is intact with synchronized growth coming from all the major economies for the first time since the Global Financial Crisis in 2008; the US, Europe, China and finally, Japan. While synchronised, the distribution of strength is far from even.