NZSA to vote against Peter Huljich's election to Pushpay's board

NZSA to vote against Peter Huljich's election to Pushpay's board
Jenny Ruth
By Jenny Ruth June 13 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand Shareholders Association says it will vote all the proxies it holds against the election of Peter Huljich as a non-independent director to Pushpay Holdings’ board. Pushpay’s notice of meeting failed to include in Huljich’s biographical details the fact that in 2011 he had pleaded guilty to misleading investors in his KiwiSaver scheme, NZSA says. Huljich himself was fined almost $113,000 while the company, Huljich Wealth Management, was fined $239,000 plus $95,265 in legal and court...

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