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New President for Auckland Property Investors’ Association

New President for the Auckland Property Investors’ Association

Experienced property investor Andrew Bruce is the new President of the Auckland Property Investors’ Association (APIA).

Having been a member of APIA for over 10 years, Bruce was elected to the Association’s board in 2008 and served as Vice-President between 2010 and 2014. In his place, the Board has appointed Peter Lewis as its Vice-President.

“Property has proven time and time again to be a solid investment vehicle,” said Bruce. “With the right knowledge and motivation to act, I believe we can all make intelligent decisions today to be better off financially tomorrow. I see APIA playing a pivotal role in the community as the disseminator of independent and sound information as well as providing investors with the necessary support and industry representation throughout their investment journeys.”

Bruce looks forward to working with Lewis and the rest of the Board to further the APIA’s resource base, advocating for members’ interests as well as marketing the Association’s benefits to Auckland investors.

ENDS


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