From the NZ Herald May 14, 2015:

New Zealand has all its ducks in a row, which has held global interest in our capital markets.

International interest in New Zealand’s capital markets has stayed buoyant after a period dominated by three major Government energy floats and IPOs for the Fonterra Shareholders’ Fund and Trade Me.

UBS head of corporate client solutions, Christopher Simcock, says the mixed ownership model (MOM) programme – which saw the Government sell down its shares in the energy companies to a 51 per cent holding – was well received.

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