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Colmar Brunton - Paid research interviews in Auckland and Wellington in Sept/Oct.

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Hi all,

I couldn't find a relevant thread to post this in so I made a new one. I'll keep this as short as possible.

Colmar Brunton is conducting some research on behalf of the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) about what information investors find most helpful to make informed decisions about particular investments. This will help the FMA improve product disclosure documents to make them more useful for investors. We're looking for people to take part in face-to-face paid research interviews at our Auckland and Wellington offices in September and early October. 

We'd like to talk with you if you have recently invested, or seriously considered investing, in the Oceania IPO, the Heartland Bank medium term fixed rate notes OR the Precinct Properties subordinated convertible notes.

Your contact details and the feedback you provide in interviews will be completely annonymised and will not be used for any other purpose. If you are interested in taking part, please email ali.ajmal@colmarbrunton.co.nz with your contact details including a phone number.


PS: If you're interested, please get in touch via the email above.

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This topic has been reported for spam and I'd just like to clarify our position. We don't allow sales pitches or ads on the Sorted Community and work hard to take these down when they appear.

This particular post refers to a piece of research being conducted by our friends at the Financial Markets Authority. The research isn't commercial in nature - in that it's intended to make investing better for Kiwis, not inform the next marketing campaign for any investment providers. For this reason we encourage any eligible members to take part :)

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