New Zealand: A Share Market that should not be overlooked

Unlike the situation in the United States and Europe, New Zealand companies more often than not pay out a significant proportion of their earnings as dividends. Consequently, investing in New Zealand feels rather like the “good old days” for many international investors.  Investing long term for the dividend income used to be the predominant reason […] Read more

Nov, 23, 2014


A Look At Boutique Financial Services Firm – Vivier & Co

The Global Credit Crunch had relatively little effect on the New Zealand banking sector. In part, this fortunate stability was a result of the health of the country’s financial market and lending sector, which always faced much sterner regulation and control than many other countries during the boom years between 2002 and 2007.  For such […] Read more

Nov, 22, 2014


Go Beyond Traditional Banking with Vivier & Co

In the world of finance, smaller is becoming better. As the number of high-net-worth Filipinos increases, so does their need for customized financial solutions. Sure, you could open an account with a huge traditional bank, but they will probably sell you their other products even if you don’t need them. Your financial needs are unique; […] Read more

Oct, 30, 2014


Why New Zealand is considered a secure destination for investment funds

Fortunately, the Global Credit Crunch had relatively little effect on the New Zealand banking sector.  A striking contributory cause was the health of the New Zealand financial market, due largely to the quality of its lending sector.  In New Zealand, this has faced much sterner regulation and control than had, regrettably, become the norm in many […] Read more

Oct, 22, 2014


Hunt for yield satisfied in New Zealand

New Zealand is seen as good as it gets when it comes to investing in bonds and other interest yielding investments: it is quite simply regarded as the obvious destination for those seeking high quality combined with high yield. Global demand for New Zealand bonds hit record levels in 2013, which has continued throughout 2014. […] Read more

Oct, 14, 2014


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