Nikko and Harbour hover up more gongs; Fisher and Savage rewarded

Friday, May 18th 2018, 12:48PM

FNZC was named sharebroking firm of the year, Nikko Asset Management the fund manager of the year - bonds, and Harbour Asset Management the fund manager of the year, equities, at this year's INFINZ awards.

“The INFINZ Awards are directed at raising standards in the financial and capital markets eco-system in New Zealand, thereby enhancing the capacity for NZ businesses to raise debt and equity and to grow the economy,” said Jim McElwain, Executive Director of INFINZ.

There were 15 awards delivered on the night.

Some awards are determined through voting. Eighteen fund managers are polled to determine the broking-related awards, including that of the Research Analyst of the Year - Stephen Ridgewell, from Craigs Investment Partners.

Two INFINZ Fellowships and one Distinguished Fellowship were presented on the night. An INFINZ Fellowship not only recognises an individual’s career success but also the wider contribution they have made to the finance and capital markets industry.

Carmel Fisher, co-founder and former CEO of Fisher Funds, and Catherine Savage, chair of the Guardians of the NZ Super Fund, were awarded INFINZ Fellowships.

A Distinguished Fellowship was conferred on Linda Robertson.

She has had a leading role within INFINZ and the broader financial community with a special interest in advancing the skills amongst the treasury profession in particular and gender diversity more widely. 


Tags: Fisher Funds FNZC Harbour Asset Management Infinz Nikko AM

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