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Next Auckland Seminar

Next Auckland Seminar

 

Topic:             How to Get Yourself Regulated

Speaker:         Donal Curtin

Date:               Wednesday 30 April 2014

Venue:            Simpson Grierson, Level 28 Lumley Centre, 88 Shortland St, Auckland

Time:               5.15 pm for 5.30 pm start, followed by refreshments

RSVP:             email:  kate@covec.co.nz or phone: (09) 916 1970

 

About the topic:   Finding it hard to keep running a profitable business? Can’t seem to chart your own path? Investment decisions becoming more difficult? Opt out! Turn your business into a government department! It's easier than you think! With this helpful DIY guide, you too can avoid shareholder pressure and follow many others into the calmer waters of officialdom. Easy to follow step-by-step instructions. Some assembly required. Keep WACC wrapping away from children. Donal will explain how firms can manage regulatory risk.

About the speaker:  Economist and consultant Donal Curtin committed a great sin in a past life, and subsequently served over 12 years on the Commerce Commission, where he was in involved in many merger clearances and authorisations, Commerce Act enforcement, and a wide variety of regulation, including airports, dairy, electricity, and telecommunications. He blogs on competition, economics and regulation at the quietly influential economicsnz.blogspot.co.nz. He has a strong interest in strategic management of regulatory risk.

There will be time for questions and debate after the presentation.

 


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