Tuesday 13th April 2010
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Macquarie Private Wealth is pleased to announce the appointment of Tim Lyons and Curtis O'Connor as Investment Advisers in its Wellington office.
Tim joins Macquarie after 10 years with Goldman Sachs JB Were, where he worked as a Private Investment Adviser. With Macquarie Private Wealth, Tim will work with a wide range of clients and entities including professional investors, high net worth individuals, superannuation funds, family trusts and individuals, delivering high quality investment solutions to meet their needs.
Tim will work in partnership with Curtis O'Connor to further enhance the service provided to their clients.
Curtis has been involved in financial markets for more than 15 years starting in Wellington at Ord Minnett on the futures and options desk, then moving to London where he helped establish a successful team brokering large wholesale electricity transactions. Curtis also has experience advising on risk management products and instruments to help protect client portfolios during uncertain times.
The appointment of Tim and Curtis is a continuation of Macquarie Private Wealth's long term growth strategy in New Zealand and further evidence of its commitment to the New Zealand market. Macquarie Private Wealth is the retail advisory division of Macquarie New Zealand, a member of Macquarie Group (Macquarie).
Macquarie is a global provider of banking, financial, advisory, investment and funds management services. With more than 14,400 people in 28 countries and total assets under management of $A342 billion at 31 December 2009, Macquarie brings international investment experience to New Zealand.
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