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Conf event 2: Looking under the hood: Capital market landscape post-covid

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ANZ, Pavilion event space

23-29 Albert Street

Auckland, Auckland 1010

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Industry leaders give their views on the macro outlook, markets and governance.

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Join with other finance professionals in-person on 11 August to hear expert opinions on capital markets and what is influencing them. Moderated by Craig Stobo.

Enjoy networking and refreshments after the panel presentations and discussion.

Cameron Bagrie, will give a macro view, including:

  • The latest, and future interest rate trends
  • Increased government intervention in capital markets

Matt Goodson, will take a broad look at equities/investments:

  • Market values; NZ and global
  • Maximizing long-term value
  • The best strategy considering capital market changes
  • Passive versus active investing

Rob Campbell, will present a board perspective:

  • The social license to operate
  • Investing long-term versus short-term
  • Considerations for ESG investing


9.00-10.00 panel discussion

10.00-10.25 refreshments and networking




Cameron Bagrie, Economist

Cameron has been an economist for 20 years. For over 11 years he was the Chief Economist at ANZ. He has also worked as an economist at the National Bank, Treasury and Statistics New Zealand.

A mainlander at heart, Cameron’s approach to economics is non-ideological and pragmatic.

Rob Campbell, Professional Director

Rob Campbell is owner and director of Tutanekai Investments Limited, and chair of SKYCITY Entertainment Group, WEL Group, Tourism Holdings as well as other directorships. Prior to this he been a director of a wide range of companies including Freightways Ltd and Sky Television Ltd. He was also an economic consultant and participated in external reviews of Ministry of Defence, Corrections, and Treasury as well as numerous private sector and policy advisory tasks. As a union advisor Rob acted on behalf of individual unions in the public and private sector.

Rob has a Bachelor of Arts with First Class Honours in Economic History and Political Science and a Master of Philosophy in Economics, and has lectured in the economics departments at Victoria and Massey University.

Matthew Goodson, CFA, Managing Director and Portfolio Manager, Salt Funds Management

Matthew has more than 25 years experience in the finance sector. Matthew is a Director and Shareholder of Salt and a Portfolio Manager for the Salt NZ Dividend Appreciation Fund, Enhanced Property Fund and Long Short Fund and Salt's wholesale funds.

Matthew started his career as an Economist with Garlick & Co from 1993-1995 before becoming Head of Research from 1995-1997. He then spent seven years in New York working for BZW and Goldman Sachs JB Were as Director, Wholesale Equities before returning to New Zealand in 2004 to work for First NZ Capital also as Director, Wholesale Equities until 2009. During this time Matthew also managed a long short fund for First NZ Capital from 2006-2008. Immediately prior to founding Salt, Matthew was employed for over four years as a Portfolio Manager at BT Funds Management (NZ) Limited.

Matthew has a Bachelor of Arts degree and Masters in Commerce and Administration (First Class Honours) from Victoria University of Wellington and is a CFA charterholder.

Craig Stobo, Professional Director

Craig has worked as a diplomat, economist, investment banker and was CEO of BT Funds Management (NZ) Ltd. He has authored reports for the NZ Government on the Taxation of Investment Income (which led to the PIE tax regime for managed funds); and the creation of a funds domicile in NZ; and provided specialist advice to government and private sector clients.

He is an independent Chair of the Local Government Funding Agency, AIG Insurance New Zealand and NZX-listed Precinct Properties. He is also Chair and shareholder of private companies including Elevation Capital Management, Saturn Portfolio Management, Biomarine Group and Legend Terrace.

Craig has BA (Hons) Economics, First Class, from Otago University and Advanced Management Programme from Wharton. He is an Associate Member CFA Society NZ and CFInstD.

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Our society is an association of local investment professionals.

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