SOUTH ISLAND BRANCH
Christchurch Member Discussion Group Session, 10.00 a.m. Monday 22 March 2021
The second of our NZSA member Christchurch discussion group sessions will be held on Monday 22 March 2021. This will again be between 10.00 a.m. and midday. We will be in the South Christchurch (Beckenham) Council Library at 66 Colombo Street, Christchurch 8022.
There is usually plenty of parking at the rear of the library.
We will again break into a few manageable discussion groups depending on the numbers we get. We are inviting members, and their partners, to come and talk about their investing experiences and receive comments or suggestions from others.
This time we may go with a more structured format with a committee member presiding over each group. We will again have the incentive of a complimentary coffee for you from the café. Order your drink at the café and it will be delivered to the meeting room.
The main topic of discussion will be Portfolio Management. We will discuss the different forms of diversification, rebalancing of your portfolio, the need to consider your risk profile, and considering Environmental, Social and Governance factors (ESG).
Once again, we ask that you RSVP your attendance so we can forewarn the library café
Please RSVP to Fiona McLeod firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr Paul Steere, Board Chairman of Nelson Airport and director of several other companies will speak to NZSA members on Monday, 22 March in the Richmond Library Constance Barnicoat Room Nelson at 10.30am.
Paul was a director at NZ King Salmon and will speak about that company as well as about the Nelson Airport.
April Meeting Sharesies and Hatch Explained and Demonstrated
This branch meeting will be in the St Barnabas Centre 8 Tui Street Fendalton Christchurch on Tuesday 27 April 2021 from 7.00 p.m.
Branch Committee member Daniel Mak, who is an experienced Sharesies investor will take us through the practicalities of using Sharesies. Branch Chairman Frank Stewart who is an experienced Hatch investor will do the same for Hatch.
See the next issue of Southern Equity for more details.
South Island Branch Chairman
Sunday 14 March 2021