Finding the glue for New Zealand’s capital markets

Finding the glue for New Zealand’s capital markets
Maybe the markets need some glue to bring everything together. (Image: Getty)
Paul McBeth
If you’re walking down the bottom of Auckland’s Queen St on a Friday night, don’t be surprised to see a few more office lights shining out from Commercial Bay’s PwC Tower. While deal-making has been pretty dire of late, the word on Shortland St is that a bit more work is coming on board that’s keeping advisers and lawyers alike busy enough to slow down their LinkedIn profile updates. That’s welcome news for anyone who keeps an eye on the broader capital markets, if not those who delight in trawling...

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