Perpetual Guardian, which embarked on a series of acquisitions over the past three years, plans to list its shares publicly by the end of 2016 in a $150 million initial public offering.
The Palms Shopping Centre in Christchurch has become the first business in the South Island to be awarded a Platinum rating for accessibility by social enterprise Be. Accessible.
Perpetual Guardian founder Andrew Barnes reflects on his career and innovation in New Zealand.
A courageous Tauranga teen will soon be back on the beach for the first time in five years, thanks to a donation made by Bayfair Shopping Centre.
AMP Capital Shopping Centres is a leading voice in retail, and their 10th anniversary Recommended Retail Practice report has identified some interesting stats.
Charlotte Lockhart, Consumer Advocate for Perpetual Guardian, talks about the importance of having a will in her weekly segment Money Matters on TV3’s The Cafe.
Perpetual Guardian founder Andrew Barnes talks about the importance of active downtime in his latest M2 Coach column.
The Government should regulate to end insurance commission abuses, Naomi Ballantyne, founder of Partners Life says.
Perpetual Guardian is pushing to get backing for an online national registry which would allow lawyers to check if a deceased person has a will and help provide faster connections for finding it.
An insurance boss says women wanting to make it to the top of the corporate ladder need to show they are the best at what they do and put their hand up for the roles they want. Naomi Ballantyne is chief executive of Partners Life, the third insurance company she has helped to found. She talked to the Herald’s Tamsyn …