Month: March 2014


The Passion Conundrum

By Hayes Knight – 21 March 2014 Passion is an essential requirement for success. But can there be too much passion? Is passion sometimes actually a handbrake on success? Passion is a key element of many a successful venture.  It’s often that secret ingredient needed to overcome seemingly insurmountable hurdles.  Look behind any successful venture, […]

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Crowd funding gets the go ahead

By Brendon Cutler – 19 March 2014 Some of the biggest changes in recent times are about to take place to the New Zealand Securities industry. Cabinet has recently approved Phase 1 of the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 as part of the Government’s financial market overhaul. Coming into force on 1 April 2014 the […]

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Incorporated Societies Act Reform – Likely Implications?

By Hayes Knight – 16 March 2014 Further to our earlier articles about the Law Commission review of the Incorporated Societies Act and the Government’s agreement with the suggestions, we ponder what this many mean. The Ministry of Business, Innovation, & Employment now have the task of turning the Law Commission’s report into the Incorporated […]

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