March 16, 2016
"Come along to a Residential Investment Seminar featuring our very own Alan Sharr on April 21st. Listen to experts from SBS Bank and Harcourts and get to grips with property management, ownership structures and more. Free drinks provided – strictly limited to 30 places only."
We are extremely excited to announce that Marriotts is to merge with accounting and consulting firm HFK, and will be known as Nexia New Zealand.
March 10, 2016
We are extremely excited to announce that Marriotts is to merge with accounting and consulting firm HFK, and will be known as Nexia New Zealand. The merger will take place on 1 April 2016. Combined, Nexia New Zealand will have a staff of approximately 90 and will ultimately come together under one roof, probably early next year. Mike Medlicott, Joint Managing Partner, said that the firm is responding to the rapidly changing business environment by combining the strengths of the...
February 19, 2016
Sport NZ has announced the finalists for the 2016 New Zealand Sport and Recreation Awards. Sport Canterbury is pleased to recognise the selection of the Marriotts Sport Leadership Programme amongst the "Community Impact" finalists. The winners will be announced at the New Zealand Sport and Recreation Awards dinner on 11 April 2016. The judging panel were Peter Dale (Chair), Sir John Wells, Jennifer Gill, Selwyn Maister, and Peter Miskimmin. Commercial Partnership Badminton New Zealand and SKYCITY Sport Northland and Top Energy...
January 28, 2016
In 2016, this region’s iconic celebration of sporting achievement recognises Cantabrians at the top of their game around the world. The 2016 Marriotts Hadlee Sports Awards event has attracted a record-setting 150 nominations across 29 sports. “We know that our Canterbury region is often considered a capital of sporting achievement,” says Marriotts' CEO Graham Russell. “This year, however, our list of Awards finalists suggests that, more than ever, Canterbury sport has a special place on the world stage.” All Canterbury teams...
October 15, 2015
Whether trading occurs through a company or multiple companies, either way, the utilisation of special purpose entities is common. Because of the common control that exists in these situations, it is all too easy for transactions between entities to be poorly documented. A recent Taxation Review Authority (TRA) decision reminds us all of the need to do better.