Creating healthy pay days until the grave

The following piece was written by Martin Johnston for the current issue of New Zealand Doctor and is based on a presentation by MFAS Director Hamish McPhail (pictured) at the recent GP CME Conference in Rotorua. With nearly a third of GPs intending to retire within five years, many will be thinking about their income… [Read more]

Te Papa conference the first for New Zealand Women in Medicine

Sue Stewart: GDipBus (Personal Financial Planning), CFPCMFinancial Adviser – Investments The inaugural New Zealand Women in Medicine (NZWIM) conference took place at Te Papa, Wellington earlier this month with the theme of Kotahitanga me Manaakitanga – Celebrating strength in our unity, supporting our community. After the disruptions of the past couple of years, it was… [Read more]

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Investment positioning for 2022

There is now international agreement that high inflation can no longer be viewed as “transitory” and both inflation and interest rates will continue to rise. However, despite this, MFAS remains strongly of the view that a well-diversified portfolio, which contains assets which profit from rising inflation and interest rates, will be more resilient through this… [Read more]