June WSNZ & WiS Industry Breakfast
WSNZ & WiS are pleased to announce they will be hosting international speaker Pablo Berrutti, Colonial First State, Sydney. The topic: "Fiduciary and intergenerational challenges in a finite world". Pablo will debate how systemic risks, planetary boundaries and intergenerational equity are reshaping the role of fiduciaries. More on Pablo.
Register here for Auckland 19th June from 7.15am, OR register here for Wellington 20th June from 7.15am.
May Professional Development programme – Certificate of Trusteeship (CIT)
WSNZ is currently running the series of modules culminating in the CIT on the 29th and 30th May here in Wellington. Be in quick to register. You can register online, email us, or give us a call on 04 472 2260.
Not available to attend in May? Workplace Savings are also taking registrations of interest for workshops in November.
Register your interest here.
22 May 2013
New Zealand's $82 billion managed funds industry, which includes KiwiSaver, has been given a C- report card by international research firm Morningstar.
20 May 2013
After seeing the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment (MBIE) had failed to make its deadline on new KiwiSaver default scheme arrangements I didn't feel quite so bad about being slightly overdue myself.
23 April 2013
If all the newspaper columns dedicated to KiwiSaver were laid end to end, they would stretch from the top of the North Island to the bottom of the South. I made that up, but you get what I mean - there have been a lot.
20 April 2013
One of the best things about KiwiSaver is the free money. Leaving your personal contributions out of it, employers alone pitched in $2.7 billion in the first five years of the scheme. But a new report suggests pressure on wage bills could lead to more businesses deducting employer contributions from salaries.
18 March 2013
Suggestions Australia's retirement savings system beats New Zealand's hands-down have been challenged in a new report.