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We are a specialist investment & financial planning firm, committed to preserving client capital while delivering sustainable and attractive long-term investment returns.

Established in 2001 to provide wealth management and investment advisory services predominantly for Grant Thornton New Zealand’s Auckland clients, Private Wealth Advisers now maintains a close association with a number of leading accounting and law firms throughout Auckland and New Zealand. Today the company manages approximately $600m of investments on behalf of individuals, trusts and organisations.

The business is owned by Private Wealth Advisers’ four Principal advisers.

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  • Apr 08

    April Market Commentary

    Contents Government Bonds Central Banks US Share Market Rally Australian Property Update NZ Property Market Update A world of new lows Market indicators are now suggesting that the world is slowing faster than most Central Banks had expected, and the chance of interest rates moving higher in 2019 has reduced from approximately 50/50 to now be almost zero percent. As suggested in previous commentary the European Central Bank, US Federal Reserve and other central banks in the developed world have signalled they wish to continue to support lower interest rates

  • Dec 13

    December Market Commentary

    China/US trade war – He said, Xi said Coming into the US mid-term elections (where the Republicans lost control of House of Representatives to the Democrats) President Trump’s rhetoric was strongly anti-China. Post the mid-terms his tone has become more accommodative to China. The G20 has produced 90-days of breathing room in the all-important trade war between China and the US. President Trump met with President Xi Jinping, where they apparently discussed 142 different structural items, including the removal of forced joint ventures and loss of intellectual property for US