On the Money

On the Money: Brian Gaynor tributes, Damien Grant's slip-up, Marsden Point and more

Pattrick Smellie
Sat, 21 May 2022

On the Money: Brian Gaynor tributes, Damien Grant's slip-up, Marsden Point and more
Brian Gaynor gives Waste Management directors a bit of "curry" at an annual meeting in 2002. (Image: NZME)
Pattrick Smellie
Sat, 21 May 2022
A man who spoke his mind News of the death this week of the legendary investment adviser, columnist and shareholders’ rights advocate Brian Gaynor led to an outpouring of memories, including the many times that he took on major corporate interests over deals he didn’t like the look of.Typical was this one, generously shared by rich lister and former long-time chair of Montana Wines, Peter Masfen: “The matter … related to Lion Nathan’s unsuccessful takeover of Montana.  “It was Brian Gaynor who rang...

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