A survey by Perpetual Guardian has revealed that nearly nine out of ten Trustees (86 per cent) felt they were doing a good job – but fewer than half (42 per cent) were aware of recent law changes and court rulings. Read the full article …
According to 2016 research conducted by Perpetual Guardian, 38 per cent of Kiwi adults don’t have a will, and apathy is the biggest reason people don’t get around to it.
Perpetual Guardian founder Andrew Barnes gives his tips for fundraising in New Zealand, the second most charitable country in the world. Read the full article here.
Hamilton student Mahonri Owen trials his brain-controlled prosthetic hand technology on TV3 Story’s Duncan Garner.
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.
Perpetual Guardian founder Andrew Barnes reflects on his career and innovation in New Zealand.
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.
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.
The founder of New Zealand’s foremost provider of online Will services, Kōwhiri, is deepening his investment in local innovation by taking the role of chair of the board of Simply Payroll, the new mobile application for payroll. Andrew Barnes, founder of the leading trust company Perpetual Guardian and its parent company Complectus (which also owns several corporate trustees) has invested …
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