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Buy a Piece of A Company: NZCTA YA x NZSA Forum 2017

Buy a Piece of A Company: NZCTA YA x NZSA Forum 2017

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  • Mon 25 Sep ’17, 6:00pm – 9:00pm


Grid AKL Innovation Precinct, 101 Pakenham St West, Auckland, 1010, Auckland CBD


All Ages Licensed

Ticket Information:

  • Single ticket: $30.00
  • Member single ticket: $15.00

Want to manage your money in new ways? Want to start investing but don't think you are wealthy enough? This Investment Forum aims to answer these questions for young professionals and students.

Register here: http://www.nzctayoungassociates.com/investmentforum

There are many investment vehicles available in the market for young New Zealanders, but many find the concept of “investment” too hard to tackle.

The NZ Shareholders Assocation x NZCTA YA Investment Forum will explore the investment world and opportunities for young people. It aims to make you give consideration to the equity markets, bonds, ETFs and other wonderful investment options when you receive your next paycheck.

Speakers include:
- Mark Lister - Craig's Investment
- Leighton Roberts - Sharesies
- Daniel Kieser - Shareclarity

For more information about the speakers, check out our page at: http://www.nzctayoungassociates.com/investmentforum

Event pricing:
Non-member full price ticket
NZCTA YA or NZSA member price ticket
$35 NZCTA YA value pack
Event + NZCTA YA membership till end of 2018 (includes 3 months free YA membership), total value at $40
​$110 NZSA value pack
Event + NZSA membership (value at $125) + NZSA mentoring program + YA membership till end of 2018 (3 months free)

Note: Student membership for NZSA will be available on the evening upon applicant producing student ID

Very limited spaces available - register now to avoid disappointment!

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