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[GRTV] Harbour Asset Management - Andrew Bascand

11 December 2019 - Ten years ago Harbour Asset Management set off on its investment voyage. In this video managing director Andrew Bascand reflects on the good and bad of the firm's first 10 years.

[GRTV] Apathy still reigns amongst advisers

4 December 2019 - Finzo chief executive Nick Stewart worries about the lack of guidance on FAPs and suggests regulators should be taking a stronger line of the upcoming changes.

[GRTV] Potential FAP costs and CRM intricacies

4 December 2019 - Finzo CEO Nick Stewart talks: building their own CRM, what their group can offer, and how the future FAP landscape might look.

[GRTV] Why a four day week is good; Fears about markets

20 August 2019 - Perpetual Guardian founder Andrew Barnes talks about why a four-day week is good for businesses and his fears markets are repeating the mistakes that lead to the last downturn.

[GRTV] Why a four day week is good; Fears about markets

19 August 2019 - Perpetual Guardian founder Andrew Barnes talks about why a four-day week is good for businesses and his fears markets are repeating the mistakes that lead to the last downturn.

[GRTV] We have to prove we are not the bad guys: Ballantyne

24 May 2019 - Partners Life managing director Naomi Ballantyne says the various regulatory reviews are putting huge pressure on life insurance companies and distracting them from their core business of paying claims.

[GRTV] We have to prove we are not the bad guys: Ballantyne

23 May 2019 - Partners Life managing director Naomi Ballantyne says the various regulatory reviews are putting huge pressure on life insurance companies and distracting them from their core business of paying claims.

[GRTV] Good conduct and culture drives out the snake oil

22 May 2019 - Reserve Bank governor Adrian Orr talks to Philip Macalister about good conduct and culture and what needs to change in the life insurance market.

[GRTV] Code gets eight out of 10 from long-time critic

21 May 2019 - Adviser advocate Murray Weatherston says the new code is good for advisers - but there's an elephant in the room.

[GRTV] No back-down from Level Five, Dale-Jones says

16 May 2019 - A suggestion that the new Code of Conduct for financial advisers is a back down on the requirement for Level Five qualifications is incorrect, Code Working Group chairman Angus Dale-Jones says.

[GRTV] New thinking needed around retirement savings

12 May 2019 - In this interesting interview Russell Investments managing director Tim Noonan says there needs to be a total rethink around retirement savings and how advisers talk to clients about their futures.

[GRTV] Fear of doing Level 5 wrong reason to bail from advice industry

25 April 2019 - In the latest episode of Good Returns TV, Strategi executive director David Greenslade tells advisers they should not be afraid of doing Level Five papers. Click to Read On

[GRTV] Mint's Rebecca Thomas in studio

16 April 2019 - Good Returns TV is back for 2019. In this first episode Mint Asset Management chief executive Rebecca Thomas talks about a new way of remunerating advisers and suggests the FMA should be "bolder" in addressing performance fee issues.

[GRTV] National Advisers Conference Episode 1

9 October 2018 - Minister of finance Grant Robertson and MP Michael Wood chat on location at this year's National Advisers Conference in Rotorua

[GRTV] Global equities is a good place to be: Nikko

1 October 2018 - Nikko AM Head of Global Equities, Will Low, discusses his approach to successfully managing equities and provides his thoughts on current market conditions.

[GRTV] Pie Fund Management CEO, Mike Taylor is in studio

17 September 2018 - Mike Taylor chats positive changes and growth for Pie Funds

[GRTV] Pie Funds Management CEO, Mike Taylor is in studio

17 September 2018 - Mike Taylor chats positive changes and growth for Pie Funds

[GRTV] Richard James reflects on the past 10 years at NZ Funds

9 August 2018 - Out-going NZ Funds Management chief executive Richard James talks about his time at the helm of the company, how it's changed in that time, the future and the biggest issues for advisers.

[GRTV] Former NZ Funds Management chief executive Richard James

31 July 2018 - So my next guest is Richard James. Richard has been the chief executive of NZ Funds Management for the past ten years, but has decided to step down. Welcome...

[GRTV] The case for index funds

10 July 2018 - S&P Dr Tim Edwards details the case for index funds and why they are a better option than active funds.

[GRTV] The case for index funds

9 July 2018 - S&P Dr Tim Edwards details the case for index funds and why they are a better option than active funds.

[GRTV] Meet Financial Advice NZ CEO Katrina Shanks

9 July 2018 - Financial Advice NZ came to life this week. Read the full interview with new chief executive Katrina Shanks where she talks about the association's purpose, what members need to do for the Quality Service Mark and more

[GRTV] Meet Financial Advice NZ CEO Katrina Shanks

2 July 2018 - Financial Advice NZ came to life this week. In this video new chief executive Katrina Shanks talks about the association's purpose, what members need to do for the Quality Service Mark and more.

GRTV: No bull like an old bull

16 February 2018 - There could be a year or two of the bull market left to run, despite wobbles in equities over recent weeks.

Five years of nib; award winning funds; and Fidelity's $100m injection

20 November 2017 - In this latest episode of GRTV, Good Returns publisher Philip Macalister sat down with nib CEO Rob Hennin; Ana-Marie Lockyer, ANZ general manager wealth and products; MD of Fiducian, Indy Singh; and Fidelity CEO Nadine Tereora. 

Next stop: Innovation

16 November 2017 - Fidelity Life chief executive Nadine Tereora says a $100 million investment from the NZ Super Fund has arrived at the perfect time.

What to do with $100 million

16 November 2017 - [GOOD RETURNS TV] The NZ Superannuation Fund is looking to spend $100 million taking a 41% stake in Fidelity Life. The insurer's chief executive Nadine Tereora explains what this means for advisers.

Fiducian offers something a bit different

16 November 2017 - India and IT are two solid investment opportunities perfectly positioned for future growth, says Indy Singh, managing director of Fiducian Investment Management.

Why India and Tech funds count

16 November 2017 - Sydney-based manager Fiducian Asset Management took out a first and second place in the recent FundSource Fund Manager of the Year Awards. Managing Director Indy Singh joins Philip Macalister to talk about these winning funds.

What next for KiwiSaver

14 November 2017 - How to turn a lump sum into retirement income is a question that hasn’t been answered properly anywhere in the world, says Ana-Marie Lockyer, ANZ’s general manager of wealth products.

What next for KiwiSaver

7 November 2017 - How to turn a lump sum into retirement income is a question that hasn’t been answered properly anywhere in the world, says Ana-Marie Lockyer, ANZ’s general manager of wealth products.

nib marks five years

7 November 2017 - [GOOD RETURNS TV] Advisers are well-positioned to talk to their clients about how health insurance can keep them healthy, happy and productive, once insurer says.

KiwiSaver fees and risk; Fisher Funds’ future

27 October 2017 - In this latest episode of GRTV, Good Returns publisher Philip Macalister sat down with Fisher Funds chief executive Bruce McLachlan; Ana-Marie Lockyer, ANZ general manager wealth and products; and Booster chief investment officer David Beattie  

Introducing Good Returns TV

27 October 2017 - In this little video Philip Macalister explains how you can use Good Returns TV to promote your products and services.

Leverage up your KiwiSaver fund

16 October 2017 - Booster chief investment officer David Beattie says people should be taking more risk in their KiwiSaver funds.

GRTV Ep3: Code working group; the value of opening up to your clients; and risk advice upheaval

12 August 2017 - In this latest episode of GRTV, Good Returns publisher Philip Macalister sat down with the chairman of the Code Working Group, Angus Dale-Jones, Dr. Philip M. Randall, managing partner of The Thorndyke Group and Partners Life chief executive Naomi Ballantyne.

Get basics right: Ballantyne

9 August 2017 - Naomi Ballantyne, Managing Director of Partners Life, talks about adviser businesses and getting them ready for the future, plus an update on their upcoming roadshow.

Start dating your clients

9 August 2017 - Financial advisers are realising that the value in their businesses is the relationships they have with clients, not just the skills they offer, says Philip M. Randall, managing partner of The Thorndyke Group.

Dale-Jones: Judge us on our transparency

9 August 2017 - The chairman of the working group set up to develop a new industry code of conduct has deflected criticism of a lack of adviser involvement.

Start dating your clients

9 August 2017 - Financial advisers are realising that the value in their businesses is the relationships they have with clients, not just the skills they offer, says Philip M. Randall, managing partner of The Thorndyke Group.

Get basics right: Ballantyne (+ VIDEO)

9 August 2017 - Something as simple as producing a set of accounts to prove they have a financially viable business could be a significant challenge for some risk advisers, Partners Life chief executive Naomi Ballantyne says.

GRTV: All eyes on Europe

2 June 2017 - In the third part of our new Good Returns TV series, Julian McCormack, an investment specialist for Platinum Asset Management in Sydney, tells publisher Philip Macalister why a recovery in Europe is creating opportunities for investors.

GRTV: Welcome to Good Returns TV

30 May 2017 - Publisher Philip Macalister introduces Good Returns TV and his first guest on the show, Andrew Bascand from Harbour Asset Management. Bascand says investors should halve their return expectations in an increasingly volatile market.

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