MD Sam Stubbs was honoured to be invited to chat with Duncan Garner on his podcast "Duncan Garner: Editor in Chief" recently, to discuss New Zealand's approach to housing and investment.Read more
In the latest funding round, the Simplicity Foundation has donated $456,000 to five key charity partners and two new charities, as well as $100,000 to 13 youth development organisations.
Does property investment still make sense in today's high interest rate environment? In a recent article for Informed Investor Magazine, Sam Stubs weighs in on the debate around housing.
Simplicity Living announced today its biggest project yet - Te Reiputa - with 297 new one and two-bedroom apartments in Mt Wellington, Auckland.
Following on from August’s poor market performance, September was again nothing to shout about. Typically share markets go south in September, and this was no exception.
In September, Simplicity was advised by Bloomberg an issue with obtaining ESG data from Sustainalytics had led to an exclusion failure around indirect involvement in the oil & gas industry.
Two main approaches to investment management which are continually debated are active vs passive investing. What do we really mean by these terms, and is one fundamentally better?
Fees on financial products and services can be a real mystery, especially to new or less seasoned investors. With complex fee structures buried in the fine print or seemingly baked in like filo pastry, it can be confusing. When it...
After the last few months of positive returns, August was a tough month - particularly for NZ markets. Poor domestic performance largely stemmed from China, one of NZ’s major trading partners.
Politician's just "don't get KiwiSaver", says Simplicity MD Sam Stubbs. Speaking to the owner of Good Returns he says both parties' policies are disappointing tinkering around the edges.