The opportunity cost of cash
The opportunity cost of cash
Jun 6, 2024
PMG Outlook series recap: experts shed light on the investment outlook for the year
PMG Outlook series recap: experts shed light on the investment outlook for the year
Mar 28, 2024
Outlook 2024: A year of optimism
Outlook 2024: A year of optimism
Feb 1, 2024
Redefining the world of work: Office real estate post-COVID
Redefining the world of work: Office real estate post-COVID
Nov 6, 2023
Investor story: Margaret Spencer-Bower
Investor story: Margaret Spencer-Bower
Oct 27, 2023
Why understanding tax is so taxing, but worth the effort when investing
Why understanding tax is so taxing, but worth the effort when investing
Oct 20, 2023
Fear and greed: how emotions impact investment decisions
Fear and greed: how emotions impact investment decisions
Sep 20, 2023
The great Kiwi wealth transfer
The great Kiwi wealth transfer
Sep 11, 2023
Four investment fundamentals
Four investment fundamentals
Aug 22, 2023
Focus on sustainability to unlock property growth
Focus on sustainability to unlock property growth
Jul 3, 2023
Out Now – PropertyLine Issue 34
Out Now – PropertyLine Issue 34
Aug 10, 2021
ThinkBook – New Issue Out Now
ThinkBook – New Issue Out Now
Jul 13, 2021
The Office Remains Necessary and Wanted
The Office Remains Necessary and Wanted
May 4, 2021
2021 Local Outlook – From PMG's CEO Scott McKenzie
2021 Local Outlook – From PMG's CEO Scott McKenzie
Feb 5, 2021
Working From Home and The Future of Office – A Global Update
Working From Home and The Future of Office – A Global Update
Oct 28, 2020
OUT NOW - ThinkBook
OUT NOW - ThinkBook
Oct 7, 2020
Watch: The K Shaped Economy and the Separation of Main Street from Wall Street
Watch: The K Shaped Economy and the Separation of Main Street from Wall Street
Oct 7, 2020
Watch: Where The Smart Money Is Headed
Watch: Where The Smart Money Is Headed
Aug 31, 2020
The Trend of Flexible Working Won’t Kill the Office
The Trend of Flexible Working Won’t Kill the Office
Jul 22, 2020
Cameron Bagrie on the economic impact of COVID-19
Cameron Bagrie on the economic impact of COVID-19
Apr 2, 2020

Meet your investor relationships team

With a range of investment funds to suit New Zealanders of all ages and stages, it's easier than you may think to invest. Give one of our knowledgeable pmg Investor Relationships Managers a call for a no-obligation chat, or visit our FAQ page.

Matt McHardy
Matt McHardy

General Manager Investor Relationships

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Rory Diver
Rory Diver

Investor Relationships Manager

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Ben Cant
Ben Cant

Investor Relationships Manager

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Kay Karl
Kay Karl

Investor Relationships Support

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4 steps to investing with pmg

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1. Reach out

To start investing with PMG, register your contact details via phone or email. Alternatively, make an enquiry via our contact form and we’ll have someone from our Investment Relationships Team meet you.

Watch PMG’s history video to learn more about our approach to commercial property investments, along with the five funds within the company. We encourage you to speak with a friend or family member who knows us, and we also recommend you chat with a Financial Advice Provider for specific advice to suit your unique situation.

Look through our current investment offers to find the right PMG fund to suit you. After downloading, carefully review the associated Product Disclosure Statement(s) for the offer(s) you’re interested in. Investing with us is straightforward – either apply online using our secure and confidential investor portal, via the printable form on each fund page, or reach out to your local PMG office to fill out the relevant paperwork.

Our lines of communication are always open. If you have any questions, reach out to your local PMG Investor Relationships Manager. Whether it’s a general catch up or discussion around the latest developments with your investment, we’re here to help.

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