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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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  • Jul 01

    July Market Update

    Markets continue to defy gravity As US and NZ share markets test new highs the data from around the world keeps getting worse. Later in this month’s discussion we will make a case for why share values may not be as overpriced as we all believe, but first let’s review the worsening news. US Covid cases on the rise again As President Trump continues to understate the rising risks of Covid infections in the US and States continue to attempt reopening to get some semblance of growth back in the

  • Jun 05

    June Market Update

    Things don’t look better, just less bad Less Bad No.1 At the start of this pandemic, governments around the world were relying on data out of China to determine the infection and fatality rates for Covid-19 and reacted accordingly. There was a high level of uncertainty and assumed high infection/fatality rates across a limited sample size, which did not allow for many different factors across nations such as smokers vs. non-smokers, health systems, living conditions demographics, etc. As more data has been collated, the Infection Fatality Rate (IFR) has consistently