*Members Only* Investor Keynote - Coming soon to a property near you: What’s in store for Kiwi investors in the next 12 months

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Date: 09-Jul-2019

Capacity: 200 (6% booked) 


Auckland Girls Grammar School, 14 Howe Street, Freemans Bay

Networking from 6.30pm | Presentations from 7.30pm

Members Only | Memberships from $75


IF YOU DON'T KNOW, NOW YOU KNOW.

 

Healthy Homes, ring-fencing, capital gains (phew!), tempestuous banks; don’t be fooled, investors are not out of the woods yet. Would-be laws and policy disruptors continue to pump their ways through our legislative pipeline. Knowing what they are will give you the foresight you need to make better choices and take appropriate action.
 
This two-part horizon-scanning session draws your attention to policy developments that are potentially overlooked. Part one features Kristine King of Duncan King Law who will unpack watch-list-worthy issues for the investment community to keep an eye on. Andrew King of the New Zealand Property Investors’ Federation takes over from there to map out the NZPIF’s advocacy agenda in the coming 12 months. The session will wrap up with a round-table discussion about topical issues, how to tackle them and how to be better represent the collective views of property investors.
 
Disruptors are only crises in the absence of preparation. Foresight is about choice, decision and action - and not, as is repeated time and time again, predicting the future and getting it wrong. This session is a must for those investors who value having a strategic vision and is not content with the Herald being their issue watch-list. 
 
Issues to be touched on include likely changes to the Residential Tenancies Act, tax and ownership structures as well as property financing. 

 

 

Presenters

Kristine King is a Partner at Duncan King Law, Chair of NZ Law and serves as a Standards Committee Lawyer Member for the New Zealand Law Society. Her mix of roles and industry experience gives Kristine a particular insight into issues that impact property investors and landlords. Kristine’s areas of practice are property, trusts and commercial matters with a special interest in subdivisions. Kristine is a regular public speaker and presents on a number of property and asset protection issues for ANZ, Bayleys Real Estate and the Auckland Property Investors Association.

Andrew King is the Executive Officer of the New Zealand Property Investors' Federation and widely considered as the face of property investors in New Zealand. Andrew is an issue advocate for investors, a frequent speaker at industry events and an authority on affecting macro-changes in this industry. 
 

 

 


 

 

 

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