Special Episode, Auckland Shareholders Association, Interview with Paul Harrison from Salt Investment
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The Auckland Shareholders association runs regular investor meetups and presentations and had one planned for later this month. Unfortunately, the event was cancelled due to the Covid-19 lockdown. Each event has guest speakers, often CEOs of NZX listed companies as well as other well-known market specialists. The events are a great place to enhance your investing knowledge, meet likeminded people and get an insight that is not normally allowed to retail investors. The shareholders association also does a lot of work to represent your interests as shareholders, they advocate and scrutinise boards, attend annual meetings and send out a regular investing newsletter. For a nominal annual fee, the shareholders association is some of the best value you can get in the markets at the moment. Find out more information and how to join your local branch at www.nzshareholders.co.nz
In this special episode of the podcast, I interview Paul Harrison, who was due to be one of the guest speakers that was due to present at our event later in the month.
Paul has more than 28 years of experience in the finance sector. Paul is a Director and Shareholder of Salt and a Portfolio Manager of Salt's wholesale funds.
Paul started his career as an Accountant with Ernst & Whinney in 1985. He then spent nine years working as an Associate Director for Southpac Investment Management and five years as Investment Manager for Goldman Sachs JB Were Asset Management. Other roles have included Director and CFO for software company EstarOnline Limited and an Institutional Adviser for share broker Doyle Paterson Brown.
Immediately prior to founding Salt, Paul was employed for over five years as Portfolio Manager/Head of Equities at BT Funds Management (NZ) Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Westpac Financial Services Group Limited.
You can find out more about Salt by going to www.saltfunds.co.nz
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