Third Business Intelligence Series breakfast workshop of 2019. While cash is in retreat in New Zealand, it is still in a strong position in other countries. Nonetheless, digital currencies continue to evolve and gain ground.
VALUABLE ADVICE from Workshop 3 | Climate Change: What are the Opportunities and Challenges for Business in the Coming Decade?
Our final Business Intelligence Series breakfast workshop of 2018 highlighted that accelerated climate change is tied to commercial and industrial activity that paid little or no attention to its environmental impacts, and that society, investors, stakeholders and younger generations are paying more attention to businesses’ environmental performance and their ethical dimension.
Jennifer Tunna, Principal at Lowndes, discusses the Government’s discussion paper which proposes a new regime for unravelling Ponzi-scheme-specific arm to New Zealand’s statutory insolvency regime.
New Zealand’s Official Cash Rate (OCR) is at its lowest ever level since being introduced in 1999. Most people see that as good news, and many people also regard it as a good indicator of general interest rate trends.
Lowndes has recruited Jennifer Tunna as a Senior Associate in our Banking and Finance team. Jennifer is a specialist in insolvency and restructuring law and previously spent 7 years with Chapman Tripp. Prior to that, she worked in in London at (now) Dentons. Jennifer was admitted to the bar in August 2003.