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Brian Gaynor to Join Milford Asset Management

Media Release
Attention: Business media 3 March 2004

Brian Gaynor to Join Milford Asset Management

Milford Asset Management is pleased to announce that Brian Gaynor is joining the firm as an executive director and a shareholder.

Brian is one of New Zealand’s most experienced and well known investment analysts. His distinguished career includes roles as a Partner and Head of Research at stockbrokers Jarden & Co, a member of the New Zealand Stock Exchange, Chairman of the New Zealand Society of Investment Analysts and Chairman of the Asian Securities Analysts Council.

More recently Brian has worked as an independent investment analyst and business media columnist. He is a Director of The New Zealand Investment Trust plc (listed on the NZ and UK stock exchanges) and was a Board member of the Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation.

Milford Asset Management is an independent investment management company. Its shareholders include executive directors Alan Moore, Graeme Thomas and Neville Todd.

Neville Todd, Managing Director of Milford Asset Management said:

“Brian brings to Milford Asset Management a huge range of skills and experience as an investment analyst and this complements the investment management experience of other members of our team.

“We have all either worked together or known each other in the industry for many years and Brian shares the same values that we espoused on setting up Milford – namely creating value for clients, integrity, fee transparency and a commitment to best practise and quality governance.”

ENDS

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