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On the Money: My Food Bag, Westpac, T&G, All Black investments and more

Victoria Young
Sat, 26 Jun 2021

Kevin Bowler continues to defend his sale of My Food Bag shares. (Image: Supplied)
Victoria Young
Sat, 26 Jun 2021
Welcome to On the Money, our weekly column on money and the people making it. It's in the food bagMy Food Bag boss Kevin Bowler continues to justify his huge share sale, even though it has striking similarities to Jane Hrdlicka’s A2 Milk share sale in September 2018, shortly after she was appointed CEO. The difference between the two is that Bowler realised $6.16m from his sale through the initial public offer (IPO) while Hrdlicka received $4.36m when she sold A2 shares through the market.Bowler exercised 4.44...

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