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#21 User is offline   BLURB 

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Posted 21 September 2008 - 07:36 AM

Shamrock House = ACC Head Office

Building Owned by Shamrock Investments(?) who in turn is owned by ACC

Not sure if thats the correct name but Shamrock manages the ACC staffs super fund etc

Wonder if ACC staff are worried about their money?
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Posted 21 September 2008 - 08:46 AM

sparrow they already have lost millions and they report is not a problem and they are not affected? YEAH RIGHT!
see posts #17 & 18 this thread.
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Posted 23 March 2012 - 03:10 PM

Does anyone know if those whom were employed at http://www.acc.co.nz and decided to invest our ACC levies of less than 0.1 per cent of our ACC New Zealand equity portfolio were or still are personal friends of those involved in Dominion Finance?

Does anyone know of staff whom were working alongside each other in ACC Investments or whom socialized together at or outside of work that may have at the time at http://www.acc.co.nz as individuals may have invested shares in these companies?

And onsold them prior to collapsing?

Does anyone recall how much these shares of us ACC levypayers were worth at the time of purchase & collapse?

If you are an
http://www.acc.co.nz staff member (current or former) and do have information about these or any other similar related matters may we suggest you use The Protected Disclosures Act 2000 to report them.

Hindsight is wonderful in regards to matters we all see and hear about at the time & don't realise that dishonesty is taking place that is against the Law.


http://www.legislati...t/DLM53466.html

http://www.nzherald....jectid=10520174

ACC's shares in struggling finance companies

By Jared Savage and Jane Phare
5:00 AM Sunday Jul 6, 2008

The Accident Compensation Corporation is a shareholder in struggling finance companies Dominion Finance and Dorchester Finance, but the corporation says it won't be affected by their troubles.

ACC has 1.2 million shares in Dominion and 1 million in Dorchester, finance companies which last month stopped repaying deposit investors.

Dominion and North and South Finance, subsidiaries of Dominion Finance Holdings, owe $276 million to 13,000 investors and Dorchester's investors are owed $176m.

Last week ACC declined to answer questions from the Herald on Sunday, saying in a statement that comments about specific shareholdings could affect the market and "influence the decisions of others".

The ACC's investment in Dominion Finance represented less than 0.1 per cent of its New Zealand equity portfolio and "will not therefore have an impact on total returns".

Meanwhile, the chairman of another finance company wrote to investors assuring them "it was business as usual" weeks before the firm collapsed.

Nathans Finance director Roger Moses contacted investors after last July's Bridgecorp collapse and said the firm was "proud to provide peace of mind".

Five weeks later, Nathans went into receivership owing $166m.

The latest report by PricewaterhouseCoopers receivers John Waller and Colin McCloy says Nathans provided $171m of debt to parent company Vending Technologies Ltd (VTL), associated parties and VTL franchises.

The receivers also commented on VTL's reported loss of $133m for the 14 months to the end of August 2007. "The magnitude of the loss is of serious concern and is the subject of a thorough investigation by the receivers," the April report said.

Moses did not return Herald on Sunday calls.
By Jared Savage and Jane Phare | Email Jared

http://www.stuff.co....ansion-for-sale

Dominion Finance directors' $7m mansion for sale

MATT NIPPERT
Last updated 05:00 21/03/2012


The $7 million Remuera property owned by Terry and Ann Butler.

MANSION: Terry and Ann Butler's 487-square-metre home in Remuera is being advertised with an asking price of over $7m.

The palatial $7 million Auckland residence of two failed Dominion Finance directors facing a raft of action from regulators has been put up for sale.

Terry and Ann Butler live in a 487-square-metre home in Remuera's exclusive Darwin Lane and the property, with a current rateable valuation of $6.8 million, is being advertised with an asking price of over $7m.

Advertising material for the property plays up its pool, five-car garage, home theatre and wine cellar accessed via a hidden moveable wall.

Terry Butler was defiant yesterday when asked why his home was listed for sale: "What makes the sun come up every day? Why shouldn't I have a house for sale?"

Dominion collapsed in September 2008 owing 5937 debenture holders nearly $177m. Receivers presiding over the failed company estimate investors could lose up to 90 per cent of their investment.

Butler claimed he was the biggest loser following the collapse of his companies and dismissed suggestions that proceeds from the house sale should be used to repay investors.

"You have a look at all the finance companies that have fallen over ... you'll find that my family was the largest investor in debenture stock [compared with] any other finance company in this country," he said.

Ownership of the Remuera property appears to be held in trust, with the Butlers joined by fellow Dominion Finance director Robert Whale on property records as listed owners.

The Butlers, along with Whale and two other Dominion Finance Group directors, are facing civil and criminal proceedings brought by the Financial Markets Authority. All five have pleaded not guilty to charges of misleading investors.

The Serious Fraud Office has also prosecuted Whale and Terry Butler, and two employees of the company, laying a total of 14 charges of theft by a person in a special relationship.

The High Court at Auckland was told yesterday that the SFO trial was scheduled to begin in February 2013, with the FMA actions following afterwards.

In 2006 the Butlers made the National Business Review's Rich List with an estimated net worth of $55m, but they soon vanished from the wealth guide as Dominion collapsed around them.

The couple acquired the Remuera property, on 2718sq m of land, as their residence in May 2004 when business at Dominion started to boom.

Advertising for the property sale describes the mansion as a "tribute to modernist architecture" and possessing "striking views across the Orakei Basin".

Bayleys and Ray White are promoting the property's sale, but agents for the real estate firms were coy when approached yesterday.

Former Warriors captain Logan Swann, acting for Ray White, did not return calls despite promising to do so.

Bayley's Gary Wallace
demurred from commenting in detail to protect the privacy of his clients but confirmed there was buyer interest.

"There's always interest in quality properties we tend to take to the market in Remuera," he said.

According to property records the property was mortgage-free until September last year, when a loan was taken out from Westpac.

An FMA spokesman said yesterday no asset protection order has been filed against the Butlers. Fairfax NZ

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9 Darwin Lane, Remuera

Just Sensational!

Paradise on offer here. The home is an architectural masterpiece that will impress the most discerning of tastes. The position is outstanding with a land holding of 2700sqm which is north west facing, tranquil and serene. The views take in the Orakei Basin to the harbour and city lights beyond.

The modernist floor plan of 487sqm provides excellent living options for family living or serial entertaining. 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a simply outstanding wine cellar, home theatre, library and two offices. Separate dining, entertainer's kitchen plus two lounges provide flexibility. This home is a tribute to modernist architecture.

Parking for 5 cars, 15 meter pool, manicured gardens and barbeque patio area make this home something very special.

For more information please phone Gary Wallace on 0274 988585 or Vicki Wallace on 021 988585 .

About Remuera:

Remuera is conveniently located within easy driving distance of Auckland's CBD, the Domain, Hospital and Eastern Suburbs beaches. An eclectic mix of mainly old character homes and upmarket new homes makes it an attractive area that has been home to many of Auckland's most influential families since 19th century. Remuera is well regarded as a safe white collar suburb, and is commonly sought after by families who want their children to attend a wide selection of New Zealand's most sought after public and private schools.
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Posted 23 March 2012 - 06:52 PM

Thanks Hukildaspida, This is the main argument against the whole idea of building uo a "fund". The bigger the fund the more inevitable the corruption.
That's another reason why the original concept for ACC was pay as you go rather than the "fully funded" concept.
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Posted 22 June 2012 - 05:16 PM

http://www.sfo.govt....n-finance-11-13

Dominion Finance : Case No 11-13
Background

Dominion Finance Group Limited (DFG) and North South Finance Limited (NFS) were the operating subsidiaries of NZX listed Dominion Finance Holdings Limited (DFH). Both companies traded as a finance company offering commercial and property loans and accepting deposits from the public.

DFG had been operating, under various names since 1954. It was acquired by Terry and Ann Butler in 1987. They remained the majority shareholders of DFH up to its liquidation in 2009. DFH acquired NSF in 2005.

Both companies suspended performance of their obligations to investors in July 2008 and proposed moratorium arrangements.

The Trustee appointed for the DFG depositors, Perpetual Trust Limited, declined to support the proposal and the company was put into receivership in September 2008. At the time of the appointment of receivers DFG owed 5,937 debenture holders approximately $177 million. Wholesale lenders were owed approximately an additional $55 million. The receivers expect a return of between 10 and 25 cents in the dollar will be available for secured creditors. No funds are expected to be available for unsecured creditors.

The Trustee acting for the NFS depositors, Covenant Trustee accepted the proposal and the moratorium continued until July 2010, at which time receivers were appointed. Liquidators were subsequently appointed on 17 September 2010. At the time of the appointment of receivers NFS owed debenture holders approximately $31 million. In addition wholesale lenders were owed approximately $15 million. The receivers are yet to estimate the likely recovery.

DFH entered voluntary administration on 15 October 2008. Following an administrators recommendation to that effect, it was placed into liquidation on 3 February 2009. It has an estimated deficit owed to creditors of in excess of $115 million.

In total the group is recorded as having unpaid creditors in the region of $400 million.

After considering a referral received from the Securities Commission, the Director determined that an investigation into the affairs of Dominion Finance may disclose serious or complex fraud. An investigation under Part II of the Serious Fraud Office Act was commenced on 28 October 2010.
Progress of Investigation
May 2012

A trial for the four accused has been set down for 11 February 2013 in the High Court. The trial is expected to last approximately four weeks.
October 2011

On completion of the investigation a final investigation report was prepared for the Director. On the basis of this report and following consultation with the SFO Panel Counsel, the Director determined that charges should be laid in the Dominion Finance case.

Four people were subsequently charged with a combined total of 14 counts of theft by a person in a special relationship, under the Crimes Act.

Two former company Directors, Terence Maxwell Butler (64) and Robert Barry Whale (64), and former Dominion Finance CEO Paul William Cropp (48) appeared in the Auckland District Court on 21 October, along with a fourth person who is subject to a non-publication order.
June 2011

The collection and analysis of evidence in the Dominion Finance case is well advanced and the SFO has commenced interviews with key witnesses.
March 2011

The SFO investigation is continuing. The SFO will be contacting witnesses shortly to commence the interview process.
November 2010

The Office is investigating a small number of related party transactions entered into by Dominion Finance and North South Finance and the disclosure of those transactions and other matters in the companies’ prospectus and other promotional materials. Investigations are continuing.

If you have information you would like to discuss with the SFO, please make contact with us via the contact details below.
Contacts

The case manager for this case is Anna Tierney. If you have questions regarding your personal involvement with this case or information that may assist the investigation, she can be contacted on [email protected] or 0800 109 800.

For media enquiries call 027 705 4550
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Posted 16 July 2012 - 05:00 PM

http://www.nzherald....jectid=10818977

Provision for ACC hit by low rates

By Paul McBeth
5:30 AM Thursday Jul 12, 2012

ACC says it is plausible that interest rates will stay lower over the long term, eroding the state-owned accident insurer's theoretical returns relative to the cost of future claims.

The corporation's returns relative to future claims are benchmarked to government bonds, which are trading at near record low yields as the central banks keep their key interest rates near zero.

New Zealand 10-year government bonds are yielding 3.45 per cent, less than half the 8 per cent rate in 1992. Respondents in a Reserve Bank survey last month said they expect the yield to rise to 4.1 per cent by March next year.

"We certainly think real interest rates could be lower than has been usual in the last 20 years," said ACC general manager of actuarial and risk Herwig Raubal.

"Lower long-term interest rates are a plausible scenario."

Low interest rates led to ACC doubling its actuarial losses to $3.35 billion from previous forecasts in the 11 months ended May 31, according to the government's financial statements. That took the Crown's overall ACC insurance liability to $31.23 billion, some 5.3 per cent bigger than expected in the May Budget.

"The change in market interest rates had a very big impact - the month of May in particular," Raubal said.

The yield on 10-year bonds dropped almost half a percentage point that month.

It fell to a record-low 3.24 per cent on June 5, lower than the 3.87 per cent level plumbed in early 2009 when the global financial crisis was at its deepest, according to Reuters data.

While actuarial losses mount, Raubal said he doubts lower rates will "threaten the scheme's management" as the ACC's actual investments are broader than the assumed 100 per cent holding of government debt.

"Government bond yields have driven the movement in the valuation, [but] they are not a direct reflection of our investment return expectations," Raubal said.

ACC differs from market participants in assessing interest rates in that its horizon is much longer, with future claims payments going out as far as 90 years, whereas the longest-dated tradeable government debt is 12 years.

Markets are pricing in 10 basis points of cuts to the OCR in the coming year, according to the Overnight Index Swap curve. Reserve Bank Governor Alan Bollard kept the benchmark rate at 2.5 per cent last month, while pushing out the track for future hikes by trimming its forecast for the 90-day bank bill rate. BusinessDesk

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Posted 16 July 2012 - 05:21 PM

http://www.findata.c..._Notice_ACC.htm


Announcement
SSH: KMD: SSH Notice - ("ACC")
23 Mar 2012 14:37 NZX

Disclosure of movement of 1% or more in substantial holding or change in
nature of relevant interest or both
Sections 23 and 24, Securities Markets Act 1988

Relevant event being disclosed: Movement of 1% or more
Date of relevant event: 22 March 2012
To: NZX Limited
And: Kathmandu Holdings Limited
Date this disclosure made: 23 March 2012
Date last disclosure made: 8 August 2011

Substantial security holder(s) giving disclosure

Name(s): Accident Compensation Corporation ("ACC")
Nicholas Bagnall, Blair Tallott, Paul Robertshawe, Ian
Graham, Blair Cooper.

Contact details: Kym Nijsse +64 4 816 6767 [email protected]

Summary of substantial holding to which disclosure relates

Class of listed voting securities: Ordinary Shares
Summary for: Accident Compensation Corporation ("ACC")
Nicholas Bagnall, Blair Tallott, Paul Robertshawe, Ian Graham, Blair Cooper.

For this disclosure,--

(a) Total number held in class: 12,789,265
(B) Total in class: 200,000,000
© Total percentage held in class: 6.395%

For last disclosure,--

(a) Total number held in class: 10,208,843
(B) Total in class: 200,000,000
© Total percentage held in class: 5.104%

Details of transactions and events giving rise to relevant event

Details of the transactions or other events requiring disclosure under the
instructions to this form: Purchase of 1,000,000 units for consideration of
AUD 1,247,230.50 on the 22nd March 2012.

Details of relevant interests in substantial holding after relevant event

Details for: ACC
Nature of relevant interest(s):
Beneficial owner of securities under s 5 (1) (B) of the Securities Markets
Act
No relevant agreement document needs to be attached under regulation 11.

For that relevant interest,--

(a) Number held in class: 12,789,265
(B) Percentage held in class: 6.395%
© Current registered holder(s) of securities: 6,761,726 shares held by
ACC via New Zealand Central Securities Depository Limited (NZCSD) and
6,027,539 indirectly via JP Morgan Nominees Australia Ltd.
(d) Registered holder(s) of securities once transfers registered: n/a

Details for: Nicholas Bagnall, Blair Tallott, Paul Robertshawe,
Ian Graham, Blair Cooper.
Nature of relevant interest(s):
Qualified powers to exercise control of rights to vote and of acquisition or
disposal of some or all of the securities, of which the Accident Compensation
Corporation ("ACC") is the beneficial owner under s 5(1)©and 5 (1)(d) of
the Securities Markets Act. Further to regulation 11(2)(B), the material
terms of this arrangement are that powers are subject to ACC investment
policies and the decisions of the ACC Investment Committee.

For that relevant interest,

(a) Number held in class: 12,789,265
(B) Percentage held in class: 6.395%
© Current registered holder(s) of securities: 6,761,726 shares held by
ACC via New Zealand Central Securities Depository Limited (NZCSD) and
6,027,539 indirectly via JP Morgan Nominees Australia Ltd.
(d) Registered holder(s) of securities once transfers registered: n/a

Additional information

Nicholas Bagnall, Blair Tallott, Paul Robertshawe, Ian Graham, Blair Cooper
are employees and portfolio managers or equity analysts for ACC. Under
current ACC investment policies, they have the discretion to exercise control
over some or all the rights to vote and acquisition or disposal of some or
all of the securities of which ACC is the beneficial owner
Address(es) of substantial security holder(s): ACC : Vogel Centre, 19 Aitken
Street, PO Box 242, Wellington, NZ
Name of any other person believed to have given, or believed to be required
to give, a disclosure under the Act in relation to the securities to which
this disclosure relates: n/a

Declaration

I, Kym Nijsse, declare that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, the
information contained in this disclosure is correct and that I am duly
authorised to make this disclosure by all persons for whom it is made.
End CA:00221101 For:KMD Type:SSH Time:2012-03-23 14:37:03
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Posted 16 July 2012 - 05:37 PM

GOVERNMENT BONDS!

JP MORGAN

acc's actual investments

investment return expectations

substantial holdings

beneficial owners of securities.....
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Posted 22 August 2012 - 07:55 PM

How much of this money should have been paid out as http://www.acc.co.nz Earnings Related Compensation?

Where have our http://www.acc.co.nz Levys been wrongly spent and disappeared to?



Ian Simpson
now at Earthquake Commission
http://www.eqc.govt.nz/ and others should also be made ACCountable from their days of speculating
with our monies from when they were at
http://www.acc.co.nz


Ian Simpson needs to be questioned just how much of our monies has been lost and why isn't that included in
http://www.acc.co.nz Media Releases in the past?

http://www.stuff.co....-death-decision

Finance boss in life or death decision
IAN STEWARD
Last updated 10:21 22/08/2012

The founder of collapsed Dominion Finance says he has a stark choice - pay for the drugs that are keeping him alive and represent himself in court or pay for lawyers and die within weeks.

Terence Butler, the founder of the failed finance company, has terminal cancer.

He, former Dominion Finance director Robert Barry Whale, former Dominion Finance chief executive Paul William Cropp and a fourth person, who has name suppression, face a raft of charges laid by the Serious Fraud Office under the Crimes Act of theft by a person in a special relationship.

Dominion Finance collapsed in September 2008 owing 5937 debenture holders nearly $177 million.


Butler appeared in the High Court at Auckland today without a lawyer and walking with the help of a cane.

He told Justice Timothy Brewer he could either pay for barristers to defend the allegations against him or pay for the drugs that are keeping him alive.

"If I stop taking the drugs my life is measured in weeks," he said.

Justice Brewer said he understood Butler's position but he wanted to ensure the accused was in a position to defend himself.

He remanded him on bail so Butler could read the material against him and begin preparing his case.

The SFO alleges that between 2004 and 2008, the group took part in unauthorised related party lending totalling over $20 million, in breach of the trust deeds entered into by Dominion and associate finance company North South.


- © Fairfax NZ News

Ian Simpson

http://www.eqc.govt....0for%20EQC.aspx
Ian joins EQC from the Accident Compensation Corporation where, since May 2006, he has been General Manager Finance. Here he has been leading a team of 100 staff responsible across the breadth of financial management activities for the organisation, including the returns of ACC’s $11 billion global investment portfolio.
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Posted 21 September 2012 - 08:41 PM

Does anyone know exactly how much of our http://www.acc.co.nz levys, i.e. our Public funds, have been invested in BioVittoria?

How many injured people in NZ who are Better at Work will benefit from this investment?

We feel the Media must start asking ACC for that information and publishing it accordingly to ensure transparency where our funds
for injured persons are been "mis" spent.


http://www.stuff.co....r-Hamilton-firm

Sweet US success for Hamilton firm
ANDREA FOX
Last updated 11:06 27/08/2012

Hamilton natural fruit sweetener company BioVittoria is celebrating what it calls a tremendous breakthrough into the big United States "table top" sweetener market.

"Table top" is sweetener used by coffee drinkers for example.

McNeil Nutritionals, a subsidiary of giant Johnson & Johnson and the table top sweetener category leader in the US, has launched BioVittoria's Nectresse Natural No Calorie Sweetener made with monk fruit extract, said BioVittoria chief executive David Thorrold.

The move takes BioVittoria's products to a whole new consumer awareness level, he said.

Consumers are not as aware of BioVitorria's products when they are an ingredient in a product such as juice, he said.

"It's a really important step in the evolution of our product."

The earning potential of the breakthrough was commercially sensitive, Thorrold said.

The nine-year-old company has a 3000 member grower network in China's Northern Guangxi Province, traditional home of monk fruit.

It has 140 staff in New Zealand, China and the US.

Wellington-based private equity company Endeavour Capital remains BioVittoria's largest shareholder. Other shareholders include BioVittoria's strategic partner, global ingredients company Tate & Lyle, ACC, Stephen Tindall's K1W1 fund and the New Zealand Venture Investment Fund. NZTE has also provided support.

Thorrold said the company was working on several new market opportunities in the US food and beverage markets in the next 12 months and a $5 million to $10 million capital raising round was under way to fund development.

Some of the existing shareholders would be providing capital, he said.


- © Fairfax NZ News

http://www.biovittor...tural-sweetener


Biovittoria Set to Scale Up Production of Zero-Calorie Natural Sweetener

Hamilton Based natural sweetener manufacturer BioVittoria Ltd will go into this year’s harvest of Luo Han fruit with a new state-of-the-art NZ$7 million processing facility providing the potential for significant up-scaling of the company.

BioVittoria completed the processing plant earlier this year and the coming season's harvest will see a significant increase in production, BioVittoria Ltd CEO Mr David Thorrold announced today.

Commissioning of the plant was completed at the tail end of the 2008 Luo Han harvest, but this year the plant will be able to handle as much fruit as the company’s 5000 growers can produce.

“We anticipate processing over 3000 tonnes of fruit from this year’s harvest which will enable us to meet the growing demand for our product.”

BioVittoria is targeting the North American food and beverage industry with its PureLo product, which sells for up to NZ$450 a kilogram.

BioVittoria was founded in 2003 by former HortResearch scientist Dr Garth Smith and American businessman Stephen LeFebvre, who had close New Zealand connections and business interests.

Dr Smith first went to Southern China to research Kiwifruit growing in the plant’s homeland. In the process he met another scientist, Lan Fusheng who is China’s leading expert on Luo Han fruit. They now work together developing new varieties and improved cultivation techniques for the BioVittoria grower network.

Luo Han fruit is unique in that it contains a completely natural zero-calorie sweetener and as such holds huge potential to replace sugar and artificial sweeteners as an increasingly health conscious world moves towards more natural ingredients.

BioVittoria’s business model comprises a vertically integrated value chain from the seedling through to the final ingredient. The company has established a global operation with a team of directors and executives in China, New Zealand and the United States

BioVittoria completed an NZ$11 million capital raising in 2008 to fund the factory and includes amongst its investors Endeavour Capital, the New Zealand Venture Investment Fund, ACC and Sir Stephen Tindall’s K1W1 fund.

PureLo was the first natural sweetener of its type to achieve United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulatory compliance through its Generally Recognised As Safe (GRAS) status, opening up the US market for this product.
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Posted 04 October 2012 - 12:36 AM

The latest Tenon annual Report 2012 - pages B59 & B60.

Please be mindful the references in this document to $ or "dollars" are references to United States dollars unless otherwise stated.

Tenon Global
is understood to be based in the United States & have several people who have spent time in New Zealand on there Executive team so have a relationship with NZ.
(as well as having the funds that belong to injured persons!!)


http://www.tenonglob...12_tenon_ar.pdf

Shareholder Statistics

Largest Shareholders
The 20 shareholders with the largest holdings of shares as at 31 July 2012 were:
Tenon % of Tenon
Ordinary Shares Ordinary Shares
Rubicon Forests Holdings Limited 38,747,695 58.99
New Zealand Central Securities Depositary Limited 17,838,591 27.16
Leveraged Equities Finance Limited 331,083 0.50
Caprian Developments Limited 305,740 0.47
Sok Eng Boey & Yeow Ann Chiam & Kay Hong Chiam & Shen Mei Chiam 255,000 0.39
C W Flood 200,000 0.30
Tenon Custodians Limited 182,548 0.28
Chin-Yi Lin & Yu-Ching Lin-Chao 180,150 0.28
Tenon Employee Educational Fund Limited 144,721 0.22
J E C Anderson & B L Denholm 140,000 0.21
S P Wallace & J N Simpson 100,000 0.15
E A Badham & L J Badham 87,367 0.13
M H Teulon & E M Quigley 83,569 0.13
Geary Limited 78,783 0.12
A Kaan & M Kaan & A Blackwood 70,000 0.11
John Wilson 65,000 0.10
I G Douglas & B J Cook 59,728 0.09
Peter Donald Wheeler 58,172 0.09
Fletcher Building Nominees Limited 58,000 0.09
Walker Capital Management Limited 56,624 0.09
59,042,771 89.9
Total Shares 65,690,681

NZCSD
New Zealand Central Securities Depository Limited (“NZCSD”) is a depository system which allows electronic trading of securities to its
members. At 31 July 2012, the shareholdings held through NZCSD were:
Tenon % of Tenon Ordinary Shares Ordinary Shares
JPMorgan Chase Bank NA 10,643,616 16.20
Accident Compensation Commission 4,715,486 7.18
Citibank Nominees (New Zealand) Limited 2,184,826 3.33
National Nominees New Zealand Limited 263,333 0.40
HSBC Nominees (New Zealand) Limited 30,430 0.05
Private Nominees Limited 900 0.00
17,838,591 27.16
Total Shares 65,690,681


Page B60

Distribution of Shares – 31 July 2012
Ordinary Shareholders Ordinary Shares
Size of Holdings Number % Number %
1 – 200 988 22.72 137,071 0.21
201 – 500 1,143 26.28 379,610 0.58
501 – 5,000 1,971 45.32 2,697,607 4.11
5,001 – 10,000 108 2.48 810,794 1.23
Over 10,000 139 3.20 61,665,599 93.87
Total 4,349 100.00 65,690,681 100.00
Less than a minimum holding: As at 31 July 2012, 2,131 holders of Ordinary shares held less than the minimum holding of 500 or less shares
under the NZX listing rules.
Supplemental Disclosure of Domicile of Beneficial Owners(1)
Ordinary Shares
Number %
New Zealand 52,347,691 79.69
United States of America 12,783,181 19.46
Other 559,809 0.85
Total issued voting shares as at 12 August 2012 65,690,681 100.00
(1) Updated for information received by 12 August 2012 in response to notices under sections 28 and 29 of the New Zealand Securities
Markets Act 1988.

Substantial Security Holders
As at 22 August 2012 the following persons have given notice (in terms of the New Zealand Securities Markets Act 1988) that they are
substantial security holders in Tenon. In terms of the Act, the number of Tenon ordinary shares shown as held below is as last advised to
Tenon by the substantial security holder.

Tenon % of Ordinary Shares Tenon Shares
Rubicon Forests Holdings Limited 38,747,695 58.99
Third Avenue Management LLC 10,482,120 15.96
Accident Compensation Commission 4,715,486 7.17
Total 53,945,301 82.12
Total issued voting shares as at 22 August 2012 65,690,681


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Tenon Limited is a woodproducts processing, marketing and distribution business, focusing on the high value moulding and millwork markets in the United States. Tenon has strong supplier relationships for finished mouldings and boards with the independent pro dealer segment and has channels into two of the largest home improvement chains in the United States: Lowe's and indirectly The Home Depot. Tenon also supplies appearance grade lumber to a number of US moulding and millwork manufacturers. As well as providing a channel to market for Tenon's New Zealand products, the Company's distribution businesses also source significant quantities of finished mouldings and millwork products from other suppliers.

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Tony Johnston joined Tenon in May 2011. Tony has over 20 years experience in manufacture, international sales, marketing and distribution in the wood products sector, returning to Tenon having formerly been a senior executive of the Company in its early stages of growth into the US. In that role he led the North American Consumer Solutions business, where he spearheaded Tenon's entry into the North American distribution market.

Tony was previously an executive director of LumberLink Limited, an international wood marketing and export company he cofounded, based in New Zealand, and prior to that was Inaugural CEO of Wood Processors Association of New Zealand, Chairman of WOODCO the NZ Forest Industry Peak body, CEO of Thames Group Limited, a major processor of pruned Radiata pine logs and marketer of Select Boards to the USA and elsewhere, and Group General Manager of Sales and Marketing for AFFCO, a New Zealand beef and lamb processing and meat sales organization.


Adam S. White - Chief Financial Officer

Adam White joined Tenon Limited in 1999 as Commercial Manager for the North America business unit. He was appointed Chief Financial Officer of Tenon Limited in March 2006. He was also appointed Chief Financial Officer of The Empire Company, Inc. in March 2007, a role he previously occupied until February 2004. Prior to joining Tenon, Adam held corporate accounting roles in the UK and has worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers in New Zealand and the UK. Adam holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Aston in Birmingham, UK.

Paul M. Gillard - General Manager Corporate

Paul Gillard joined Tenon Limited in 2001. He had previously spent five years as Corporate Counsel with EDS (New Zealand) Limited, one of New Zealand’s largest IT service providers. Paul’s role with EDS also encompassed responsibilities in Australasia, for the EDS Group. From 1989-1996 he was Corporate Counsel and manager of the legal department for Telecom. Paul formerly practised as a lawyer to partnership level in New Zealand, and also worked for a law firm in Washington DC. He is a founding director of the Wood Processors Association in New Zealand. Paul has a Bachelor of Laws from Victoria University in Wellington.

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SSH (Accident Compensation Corporation)
8:36am, 6 Apr 2010 | SSH


Disclosure of amendment to detail of substantial holding
Section 22, Securities Markets Act 1988

To: NZX Limited [email protected]
And: Tenon Limited
Date this disclosure made: Apr 1, 2010

Substantial security holder(s) giving disclosure
Name(s): Accident Compensation Corporation ("ACC")
Nicholas Bagnall Ian Graham
Blair Tallott
Contact details (name of person for queries, if not the substantial security holder, and telephone and email details): Kym Nijsse +64 4 918 7067 [email protected]

Date on which substantial security holder(s) began to have substantial holding: -

Summary of substantial holding to which disclosure relates
Class of listed voting securities: Tenon Limited Ordinary Shares ( TEN )


Summary for: Accident Compensation Corporation ("ACC")
For this disclosure,— Nicholas Bagnall Ian Graham
Blair Tallott
(a) Total number held in class: 4,617,628
(B) Total in class: 66,850,661
© Total percentage held in class 6.907%

Details of relevant interests currently in substantial holding
Details for: ACC
Nature of relevant interest(s): Beneficial owner of securities under s 5 (1) (B) of the Securities Markets Act.
No relevant agreement document needs to be attached under regulation 11.

For that relevant interest,
(a) Number held in class: 4,617,628
(B) Percentage held in class: 6.907%
© Current registered holder(s) of securities:
ACC via New Zealand Central Securities Depository Limited (NZCSD)
(d) Registered holder(s) of securities once transfers registered: n/a

Details for: Nicholas Bagnall Ian Graham
Blair Tallott

Nature of relevant interest(s): Qualified powers to exercise control of rights to vote and of acquisition or disposal of some or all
of the securities of which the Accident Compensation Corporation ("ACC") is the beneficial owner under ss 5(1)©and 5 (1)(d)
of the Securities Markets Act. Further to regulation 11(2)(B), the material terms of this arrangement are that powers are
subject to ACC investment policies and the decisions of the ACC Investment Committee.

For that relevant interest,
(a) Number held in class: 4,617,628
(B) Percentage held in class: 6.907%
© Current registered holder(s) of securities:
ACC via New Zealand Central Securities Depository Limited (NZCSD)
(d) Registered holder(s) of securities once transfers registered: n/a

Details of transactions and events giving rise to person beginning to have substantial holding
Details of the transactions or other events requiring disclosure under the instructions to this form:
Consolidation of earlier SSH notice to include the relevant interests under ss 5(1)© and 5(1)(d) of
Nicholas Bagnall Ian Graham
Blair Tallott

Additional information
Nicholas Bagnall Ian Graham
Blair Tallott
are employees and portfolio managers for ACC. Under current ACC investment policies, they have the discretion to
exercise control over the rights to vote and acquisition or disposal of some or all of the securities of which ACC is the beneficial owner.

Address(es) of substantial security holder(s): ACC: 81-83 Molesworth Street, Wellington

Name of any other person believed to have given, or believed to be required to give, a disclosure under the Act in relation to the securities to which this
disclosure relates:
ACC SSH notice dated Jan 11, 2008 6.890%

Declaration
I, Kym Nijsse, declare that to the best of my knowledge and belief, the information contained in this
disclosure is correct and that I am duly authorised to make this disclosure by all persons for whom it is made.
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2012 Annual Report
10:21am, 28 Sep 2012 | ANNREP

Precinct Properties New Zealand Limited (formerly known as AMP NZ Office Limited) is pleased to announce the release of its Annual Report for 2012.

The 2012 Annual Report is being mailed today to investors.

About Precinct


Precinct is New Zealand’s only specialist listed owner of premium office buildings. Listed on the New Zealand Exchange, Precinct is owned by more than 7,500 investors, has a property portfolio worth $1.32 billion and provides office space to over 245 businesses. Precinct currently owns 15 office buildings. In Auckland it owns the PricewaterhouseCoopers Tower, ANZ Centre, SAP Tower, AMP Centre and Zurich House. In Wellington Precinct owns the State Insurance Tower, Vodafone on the Quay, 171 Featherston Street, 125 The Terrace, No. 1 and 3 The Terrace, Pastoral House, Mayfair House, AXA Centre, Deloitte House and Bowen Campus.

For further information, contact:

Scott Pritchard
Chief Executive Officer
Precinct Properties New Zealand Limited
Office: +64 9 927 1640
Mobile: +64 21 431 581

George Crawford
Chief Financial Officer
Precinct Properties New Zealand Limited
Office: +64 9 927 1641
Mobile: +64 21 384 014
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Shareholder information
Twenty largest Precinct shareholders as at 31 August 2012
Rank Shareholder No. of shares % of shares
1. National Nominees New Zealand Limited 201,955,040 20.25
2. Accident Compensation Corporation 88,370,026 8.86
3. Fnz Custodians Limited 46,076,766 4.62
4. Investment Custodial Services Limited 39,618,587 3.97
5. Bt Nz Unit Trust Nominees Limited 33,065,114 3.32
6. Bnp Paribas Nominees (Nz) Limited 27,424,004 2.75
7. Custodial Services Limited 26,335,367 2.64
8. Private Nominees Limited 26,048,182 2.61
9. Premier Nominees Ltd 24,247,718 2.43
10. Hsbc Nominees (New Zealand) Limited 23,373,425 2.34
11. Jp morgan Chase Bank 19,737,546 1.98
12. Premier Nominees Limited – Onepath Wholesale Property Securities 15,533,454 1.56
13. Forsyth Barr Custodians Limited 14,164,698 1.42
14. Mfl Mutual Fund Limited – Nzcsd 12,991,049 1.30
15. New Zealand Superannuation Fund Nominees Limited 12,327,875 1.24
16. Custodial Services Limited 10,452,391 1.05
17. Citibank Nominees (New Zealand) Limited 9,624,700 0.97
18. Forsyth Barr Custodians Limited 9,228,373 0.93
19. Mint Nominees Limited 8,055,041 0.81
20. Custodial Services Limited 7,445,926 0.75
Total 656,075,282 65.80
Source: Computershare

Distribution of Precinct shares and shareholders as at 31 August 2012
Size of shareholding No. of shareholders % Number of shares %
1 to 1,000 89 1.2 53,061 0.0
1,001 to 5,000 778 10.1 2,294,964 0.2
5,001 to 10,000 1,212 15.7 8,423,844 0.8
10,001 to 100,000 5,183 67.1 154,435,248 15.5
100,001 and over 463 6.0 831,862,677 83.4
Total 7,725 100 997,069,794 100
Source: Computershare

Substantial security holders as at 31 August 2012
Security holder No. of ordinary shares % Date of notice

AMP Capital Investors (New Zealand) Limited1 216,915,710 21.755 23.07.2012
Haumi Company Limited 189,443,261 19 23.07.2012
Accident Compensation Corporation 97,834,812 9.812 16.05.2012
OnePath (NZ) Limited 59,133,280 5.931 06.08.2012
Source: NZX substantial shareholder notice’s
1. AMP Capital Investors (New Zealand) Limited’s substantial security holder notice includes the 189,443,261 (19.0%) Precinct shares of Haumi Company
Limited.
The total number of ordinary shares on issue as at 31 August 2012 was 997,069,794. Precinct has only ordinary shares on issue.
Precinct’s website (www.precinct.co.nz) contains a summary of all NZX waivers granted and published by NZX within or
relied on by Precinct within the 12 month period preceding the date 2 months before the date of publication of this
annual report.
Neither Precinct nor any of its subsidiaries made any donations during the year to 30 June 2012.

From page #29/ 45
Details of directors’ interests in Precinct shares as at 31 August 2012 are as follows;
2012 2011
Director No. of shares No. of shares
Graeme Horsley 310,000 310,000
Don Huse 250,000 50,000
Graeme Wong 50,000 50,000

The following interest register entries were recorded for Precinct and its subsidiaries for the year.
Mohamed Alhay Hamad Khamis Alhameli
Director of AMP Haumi Management Limited
Director of Haumi Company Limited
Director of Haumi Development Auckland Limited

Anthony Beverley

Director of & Shareholder in Ant Beverley Limited
Director of & Shareholder in Dryland Carbon Limited
Director of AMP Haumi LTI Trustee Limited
Shareholder in Carbon Systems (NZ) Limited
Director of Harbour Quays A1 Limited
Director of Harbour Quays D4 Limited
Director of Harbour Quays F1F2 Limited

Rob Campbell
Chairman of Guinness Peat Group plc
Chairman of Summerset Group Holdings Limited
Chairman of King Tide Asset Management Limited
Director of Turners & Growers Limited
Director of Coats Plc
Advisory Board Member of Trafalgar Copley Multi-Strategy Fund
Advisory Board Member of Serica Balanced Credit Fund
Investment Committee Member of Silverfern Co-Investment Partners
Advisory Board Member of CPE Partners
Advisory Board Member of VGI Partners
Director of Murray and Co Limited
Director of Truescape Lmited
Director of CallPlus Limited
Director of Lake Taupo Forest Management Trust Limited
Director and shareholder of Tutanekai Investments Limited
Director and shareholder of Aotearoa Financial Investments Limited
Trustee of Auckland City Mission Foundation
Investment Committee Chairman and director of Accident Compensation Corporation
Appointment expired as Investment Committee Chairman and director of Accident Compensation Corporation


Graeme Horsley
Director of Vital Healthcare Management Limited

Don Huse
Resigned as a director of Cavalier Corporation Limited
Appointment expired as a Trustee of Karori Sanctuary Trust (Inc)
Appointment expired as a Trustee of South Auckland Health Foundation

Craig Stobo
Resigned as a director of AH Stobo Limited
Director of New Zealand Local Government Funding Agency Limited

Graeme Wong
Resigned as a director of NZ Farming Systems Uruguay Limited
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SSH: FPH: SSH - Accident Compensation Corporation ("ACC") 02:56p.m.
FPH
12/10/2012 14:56
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REL: 1456 HRS Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Corporation Limited

SSH: FPH: SSH - Accident Compensation Corporation ("ACC")

Disclosure of beginning to have substantial holding
Section 22, Securities Markets Act 1988

To: NZX Limited
And: Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Corporation Limited

Date this disclosure made: 12 October 2012
Substantial security holder(s) giving disclosure
Name(s): Accident Compensation Corporation ("ACC")
Nicholas Bagnall, Blair Tallott, Paul Robertshawe, Ian Graham, Blair Cooper
Contact details: Kym Nijsse +64 4 816 6767 [email protected]

Date on which substantial security holder(s) began to have substantial
holding: 11 October 2012
Summary of substantial holding to which disclosure relates
Class of listed voting securities: Ordinary Shares
Summary for: Accident Compensation Corporation ("ACC")
Nicholas Bagnall, Blair Tallott, Paul Robertshawe, Ian
Graham, Blair Cooper

For this disclosure,--
(a) Total number held in class: 26,987,247
(B) Total in class: 538,095,634
© Total percentage held in class: 5.015%
Details of relevant interests in substantial holding after relevant event
Details for: ACC
Nature of relevant interest(s):
Beneficial owner of securities under s 5 (1) (B) of the Securities Markets
Act
No relevant agreement document needs to be attached under regulation 11.
For that relevant interest,--
(a) Number held in class: 26,987,247
(B) Percentage held in class: 5.015%
© Current registered holder(s) of securities: ACC via New Zealand
Central Securities Depository Limited (NZCSD)
(d) Registered holder(s) of securities once transfers registered: unknown

Details for: Nicholas Bagnall, Blair Tallott, Paul Robertshawe, Ian
Graham, Blair Cooper

Nature of relevant interest(s):
Qualified powers to exercise control of rights to vote and of acquisition or
disposal of some or all of the securities, of which the Accident Compensation
Corporation ("ACC") is the beneficial owner under s 5(1)©and 5 (1)(d) of
the Securities Markets Act. Further to regulation 11(2)(B), the material
terms of this arrangement are that powers are subject to ACC investment
policies and the decisions of the ACC Investment Committee.
For that relevant interest,
(a) Number held in class: 26,987,247
(B) Percentage held in class: 5.015%
© Current registered holder(s) of securities: held by ACC via New
Zealand Central Securities Depository Limited (NZCSD)
(d) Registered holder(s) of securities once transfers registered: unknown

Details of transactions and events giving rise to person beginning to have
substantial holding
Details of the transactions or other events requiring disclosure under the
instructions to this form:
Purchase of 450,000 shares for net consideration of NZD $1,020,051.00 on 11th
October 2012.
Additional information
Nicholas Bagnall, Blair Tallott, Paul Robertshawe, Ian Graham, Blair Cooper
are employees and portfolio managers or equity analysts for ACC.
Under
current ACC investment policies, they have the discretion to exercise control
over some or all the rights to vote and acquisition or disposal of some or
all of the securities of which ACC is the beneficial owner
Address(es) of substantial security holder(s): ACC : Vogel Centre, 19 Aitken
Street, PO Box 242, Wellington, NZ

Name of any other person believed to have given, or believed to be required
to give, a disclosure under the Act in relation to the securities to which
this disclosure relates: n/a
Declaration
I, Kym Nijsse, declare that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, the
information contained in this disclosure is correct and that I am duly
authorised to make this disclosure by all persons for whom it is made.
End CA:00228399 For:FPH Type:SSH Time:2012-10-12 14:56:42
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SSH - Nicholas Bagnall
2:53pm, 12 Oct 2012
| SSH

Disclosure of beginning to have substantial holding
Section 22, Securities Markets Act 1988

To: NZX Limited
And: Fisher & Paykel Healthcare

Date this disclosure made: 12 October 2012
Substantial security holder(s) giving disclosure
Name(s): Nicholas Bagnall
Contact details: Kym Nijsse +64 4 816 6767 [email protected]

Date on which substantial security holder(s) began to have substantial holding: 11 October 2012
Summary of substantial holding to which disclosure relates
Class of listed voting securities: Ordinary Shares
Summary for: Nicholas Bagnall
For this disclosure,—
(a) Total number held in class: 26,988,832
(B) Total in class: 538,095,634
© Total percentage held in class: 5.0156%
Details of relevant interests in substantial holding after relevant event
Details for: Nicholas Bagnall
Nature of relevant interest(s): Nicholas Bagnall
Beneficial owner of securities under s 5 (1) (B) of the Securities Markets Act
No relevant agreement document needs to be attached under regulation 11.
For that relevant interest,—
(a) Number held in class: 1,585
(B) Percentage held in class: 0.0003%
© Current registered holder(s) of securities: held by Nicholas Bagnall either directly or indirectly
(d) Registered holder(s) of securities once transfers registered: unknown

Details for: Accident Compensation Corporation (“ACC”)
Nature of relevant interest(s):
Qualified powers to exercise control of rights to vote and of acquisition or disposal of some or all of the securities, of which the ACC is the beneficial owner under s 5(1)©and 5 (1)(d) of the Securities Markets Act. Further to regulation 11(2)(B), the material terms of this arrangement are that powers are subject to ACC investment policies and the decisions of the ACC Investment Committee.
For that relevant interest,
(a) Number held in class: 26,987,247
(B) Percentage held in class: 5.0153%
© Current registered holder(s) of securities: held by ACC via New Zealand Central Securities Depository Limited (NZCSD)
(d) Registered holder(s) of securities once transfers registered: unknown
Details of transactions and events giving rise to person beginning to have substantial holding
Details of the transactions or other events requiring disclosure under the instructions to this form:
Purchase of 450,000 shares by ACC for net consideration of NZD $1,020,051.00 on 11th October 2012, and the aggregation of interests in securities held by Nicholas Bagnall and ACC
Additional information
Nicholas Bagnall is an employee and portfolio manager for ACC. Under current ACC investment policies, he has the discretion to exercise control over some or all the rights to vote and acquisition or disposal of some or all of the securities of which ACC is the beneficial owner
Address(es) of substantial security holder(s): ACC : Vogel Centre, 19 Aitken Street, PO Box 242, Wellington 6140.
Name of any other person believed to have given, or believed to be required to give, a disclosure under the Act in relation to the securities to which this disclosure relates: n/a
Declaration
I, Nicholas Bagnall, declare that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, the information contained in this disclosure is correct and that I am duly authorised to make this disclosure by all persons for whom it is made.
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SSH Notice - (Nicholas Bagnall)
5:07pm, 18 Oct 2012 | SSH


Disclosure of movement of 1% or more in substantial holding or change in nature of relevant interest or both
Sections 23 and 24, Securities Markets Act 1988

Relevant event being disclosed: Change in nature of relevant interest
Date of relevant event: 18 October 2012
To: NZX Limited
And: Fisher & Paykel Appliances Holdings Limited
Date this disclosure made: 18 October 2012
Date last disclosure made: 29 August 2011


Substantial security holder(s) giving disclosure

Name(s): Nicholas Bagnall
Contact details: Tim Agar +64 4 816 7045 [email protected]


Summary of substantial holding to which disclosure relates

Class of listed voting securities: Ordinary Shares
Summary for: Nicholas Bagnall

For this disclosure,—

(a) Total number held in class: 1,320
(B) Total in class: 724,235,162
© Total percentage held in class: 0.0002%

For last disclosure,—

(a) Total number held in class: 52,208,842
(B) Total in class: 724,235,162
© Total percentage held in class: 7.485%

Details of transactions and events giving rise to relevant event

Details of the transactions or other events requiring disclosure under the instructions to this form:
Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) has entered into a lock in agreement with Haier New Zealand Investment Holding Company Limited (Haier) dated 18 October 2012 for ACC to sell 52,041,176 ordinary shares in Fisher & Paykel Appliances Holdings Limited (FPA) to Haier pursuant to the full takeover offer made by Haier in accordance with the Takeovers Code (Lock In Agreement). The Lock In Agreement is to be held in escrow
pursuant to a letter of instruction dated 18 October 2012 (Letter of Instruction) until Haier validly and effectively varies the Offer pursuant to Rule 27(a) of the Takeovers Code, by increasing the consideration payable under the Offer from $1.20 per share to $1.28 per share. The consideration for the sale of the shares will be NZ$66,612,705.28 (NZ$1.28 per share).

The offer is subject to the following conditions:
(a) Haier receiving acceptances which will result in Haier becoming the holder or controller of more than 50% of the voting rights in FPA;
(B) Haier obtaining all necessary regulatory consents and clearances (if any), including any consent required under the Overseas Investment Act 2005 to settle the transaction, as well as other conditions set out in the takeover offer document dated 23 September 2012.

Details of relevant interests in substantial holding after relevant event

Details for: Nicholas Bagnall
Nature of relevant interest(s):
Beneficial owner of securities under s 5 (1) (B) of the Securities Markets Act
No relevant agreement document needs to be attached under regulation 11.

For that relevant interest,—

(a) Number held in class: 1,320
(B) Percentage held in class: 0.0002%
© Current registered holder(s) of securities: held by Nicholas Bagnall either directly or indirectly
(d) Registered holder(s) of securities once transfers registered: unknown

Details for: ACC
Nature of relevant interest(s):
Qualified powers to exercise control of rights to vote and of acquisition or disposal of some or all of the securities, of which the Accident Compensation Corporation ("ACC") is the beneficial owner under s 5(1)©and 5 (1)(d) of the Securities Markets Act. Further to regulation 11(2)(B), the material terms of this arrangement are that powers are subject to ACC investment policies and the decisions of the ACC Investment Committee.

For that relevant interest,

(a) Number held in class: 0,000
(B) Percentage held in class: 0.000%
© Current registered holder(s) of securities: held by ACC either directly or indirectly via New Zealand Central Securities Depository Limited (NZCSD)
(d) Registered holder(s) of securities once transfers registered: unknown

Additional information

Nicholas Bagnall is an employee and portfolio manager for ACC. Under current ACC investment policies, he has the discretion to exercise control over the rights to vote and acquisition or disposal of some or all of the securities of which ACC is the beneficial owner
Address(es) of substantial security holder(s): ACC : Vogel Centre, 19 Aitken Street, PO Box 242, Wellington 6140
Name of any other person believed to have given, or believed to be required to give, a disclosure under the Act in relation to the securities to which this disclosure relates: n/a

Declaration

I, Nicholas Bagnall declare that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, the information contained in this disclosure is correct and that I am duly authorised to make this disclosure by all persons for whom it is made.


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SSH Notice - (Nicholas Bagnall)
11:27am, 10 Oct 2012 | SSH

Disclosure of movement of 1% or more in substantial holding or change in nature of relevant interest or both
Sections 23 and 24, Securities Markets Act 1988


Relevant event being disclosed: Movement of 1% or more
Date of relevant event: 05 October 2012
To: NZX Limited
And: Hill(Michael)International Ord Npv
Date this disclosure made: 10 October 2012
Date last disclosure made: 16 May 2012

Substantial security holder(s) giving disclosure

Name(s): Nicholas Bagnall
Contact details: Kym Nijsse +64 4 816 6767 [email protected]


Summary of substantial holding to which disclosure relates

Class of listed voting securities: Ordinary Shares
Summary for: Nicholas Bagnall

For this disclosure,—

(a) Total number held in class: 25,777,445
(B) Total in class: 382,849,544
© Total percentage held in class: 6.733%

For last disclosure,—

(a) Total number held in class: 21,519,905
(B) Total in class: 382,775,586
© Total percentage held in class: 5.622%

Details of transactions and events giving rise to relevant event

Details of the transactions or other events requiring disclosure under the instructions to this form:
Net purchase of 780,520 shares by ACC for net consideration of NZD $939,138.17 on 5th October 2012, and the aggregation of interests in securities held by Nicholas Bagnall and ACC.
Details of relevant interests in substantial holding after relevant event
Details for: Nicholas Bagnall
Nature of relevant interest(s):
Beneficial owner of securities under s 5 (1) (B) of the Securities Markets Act
No relevant agreement document needs to be attached under regulation 11.

For that relevant interest,—

(a) Number held in class: 10,000
(B) Percentage held in class: 0.003%
© Current registered holder(s) of securities: held by Nicholas Bagnall either directly or indirectly
(d) Registered holder(s) of securities once transfers registered: unknown

Details for: ACC
Nature of relevant interest(s):
Qualified powers to exercise control of rights to vote and of acquisition or disposal of some or all of the securities, of which the Accident Compensation Corporation ("ACC") is the beneficial owner under s 5(1)©and 5 (1)(d) of the Securities Markets Act. Further to regulation 11(2)(B), the material terms of this arrangement are that powers are subject to ACC investment policies and the decisions of the ACC Investment Committee.

For that relevant interest,

(a) Number held in class: 25,767,445
(B) Percentage held in class: 6.730%
© Current registered holder(s) of securities: held by ACC either directly or indirectly via New Zealand Central Securities Depository Limited (NZCSD)
(d) Registered holder(s) of securities once transfers registered: unknown

Additional information

Nicholas Bagnall is an employee and portfolio manager for ACC. Under current ACC investment policies, he has the discretion to exercise control over the rights to vote and acquisition or disposal of some or all of the securities of which ACC is the beneficial owner
Address(es) of substantial security holder(s): ACC : Vogel Centre, 19 Aitken Street, PO Box 242, Wellington 6140
Name of any other person believed to have given, or believed to be required to give, a disclosure under the Act in relation to the securities to which this disclosure relates: n/a

Declaration

I, Nicholas Bagnall declare that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, the
information contained in this disclosure is correct and that I am duly authorised to make this disclosure by all persons for whom it is made.


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Posted 18 October 2012 - 05:57 PM

Nicholas Bagnall ACC Investments information in here

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Wool Services says 'marginal' FY earnings to miss guidance
Thursday, 16 August 2012, 1:30 pm
Article: BusinessDesk

NZ Wool Services says FY earnings to miss guidance after ‘marginal’ second half

By Jonathan Underhill

Aug. 16 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand Wool Services International, the wool scouring and exporting business whose majority shareholding is up for grabs, said full-year earnings will miss guidance because of a “sharp decline” in the wool market.

“The full-year result, which will be released within the next three weeks, will be profitable and ahead of the six months tax paid profit of $1.8 million, as the second-half year was marginally profitable,” the company said. That signals a big drop in earnings from last year’s $6.6 million. It had previously said full-year profit would be “satisfactory.”

“The principal salient factors were the sharp decline in the wool market in April/May/June and the unprecedented high volumes of wool offered onto the market during the month of July when most customers were absent,” the company said.

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“In addition our second largest market for New Zealand wool, Australasia has shown a decline in consumption of approximately 60 percent,” it said. “These and other factors such as the recession in Europe and the slow-down in China along with the high kiwi dollar have negatively impacted on our second six months.”

WSI said it was “particularly disappointed” that wool growers have suffered a large decline in gross returns for coarse crossbred wool to the end of July.

The shares last traded at 40 cents, valuing the company at $24.8 million, and have dropped 40 percent this year.

A 64 percent stake in WSI is up for grabs because it was owned by the Allan Hubbard-related companies Plum Duff and Woolpak Holdings, which are in receivership.

WSI’s scouring assets attracted Cavalier Wool Holdings, a joint venture between carpet-maker Cavalier Corp, Accident Compensation Corp and Direct Capital Investments, which wants to create a national monopoly on scouring and has received sign-off from the antitrust regulator.

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NZ Wool Services says FY earnings to miss guidance


Thursday 16th August 2012


New Zealand Wool Services International, the wool scouring and exporting business whose majority shareholding is up for grabs, said full-year earnings will miss guidance because of a "sharp decline" in the wool market.

"The full-year result, which will be released within the next three weeks, will be profitable and ahead of the six months tax paid profit of $1.8 million, as the second-half year was marginally profitable," the company said. That signals a big drop in earnings from last year's $6.6 million. It had previously said full-year profit would be "satisfactory."

"The principal salient factors were the sharp decline in the wool market in April/May/June and the unprecedented high volumes of wool offered onto the market during the month of July when most customers were absent," the company said.

"In addition our second largest market for New Zealand wool, Australasia has shown a decline in consumption of approximately 60 percent," it said. "These and other factors such as the recession in Europe and the slow-down in China along with the high kiwi dollar have negatively impacted on our second six months."

WSI said it was "particularly disappointed" that wool growers have suffered a large decline in gross returns for coarse crossbred wool to the end of July.

The shares last traded at 40 cents, valuing the company at $24.8 million, and have dropped 40 percent this year.

A 64 percent stake in WSI is up for grabs because it was owned by the Allan Hubbard-related companies Plum Duff and Woolpak Holdings, which are in receivership.

WSI's scouring assets attracted Cavalier Wool Holdings, a joint venture between carpet-maker Cavalier Corp, Accident Compensation Corp and Direct Capital Investments, which wants to create a national monopoly on scouring and has received sign-off from the antitrust regulator.

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Posted 31 October 2012 - 10:58 PM

Apologies for the quality of copy - is best to read The Sky City Annual Report in full.

This information is from pages 56 & 57.


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56
SKYCITY Entertainment Group Limited
annual report 2012

Shareholder information
TWENTY LARGEST SHAREHOLDERS AS AT 15 AUGUST 2012 number of shares %of shares


1. HSBC Nominees New Zealand Limited A/C State Street 38,424,447 6.66%
2. JP Morgan Chase Bank NA 35,262,840 6.11%
3. Accident Compensation Corporation 32,650,213 5.66%
4. National omineesN ed Limit 27,683,960 4.80%
5. HSBC omineesN ew eal(aNnd) Z ed Limit 27,522,161 4.77%
6. National omineesN ew ealaNnd Z ed Limit 27,412,465 4.75%
7. JP organ oMmineesN ustralia A ed Limit 24,645,190 4.27%
8. Citibank omineesN ew eal(aNnd) Z ed Limit 21,729,736 3.77%
9. RBC nvestor I es Suesrtvraiclia AomineesN ePdt y Limit 18,680,198 3.24%
10. New ealand uZperannuSation und omFineesN ed Limit 17,726,279 3.07%
11. HSBC tody CoumsineesN ustralia)( A ed Limit 16,964,551 2.94%
12. Premier omineesN ed Linmeitpath– WOhuosltersaalalesi an unAd Shr F 11,253,730 1.95%
13. BNP aribas oPmineesN (eNdZ ) Limit 9,728,928 1.69%
14. AMP nvestmenIts trategic Squity oEwth uGnrd F 7,088,705 1.23%
15. NZGT omineesN ed Limitqui–t y und AFIF E 6,920,608 1.20%
16. Private omineesN ed Limit 6,463,208 1.12%
17. TEA todianCs us ed Limit 5,796,988 1.00%
18. Westpac esN Z 20S0h2a r rust Wholesale T 5,561,753 0.96%
19. FNZ todianCs us ed Limit 5,303,093 0.92%
20. BNP aribas oPms Ntd Pty L 5,269,253 0.91%
Total 352,088,306 61.02%
Total shares on issue as at 15 August 2012 were 576,958,340 of which 4,517,313 were held by Public Trust on behalf of eligible and
future participants pursuant to the Chief Executive Officer Long Term Incentive Plan 2009 and the Executive Long Term Incentive
Plan 2009. No shares were held by the company directly as treasury stock.



pg 57
Shareholder information
CONTINUED

SKYCITY Entertainment Group Limited
annual report 2012


DISTRIBUTION OF ORDINARY SHARES AND REGISTERED SHAREHOLDINGS AS AT 15 AUGUST 2012
Number of shareholders Number of shares
1 – 1,000 3,562 1,397,126
1,001 – 5,000 9,381 25,981,893
5,001 – 10,000 3,603 25,556,641
10,001 – 100,000 3,235 72,809,489
> 100,000 179 451,213,191
Total 19,960 576,958,340

As at 15 August 2012, there were 1,259 shareholders (with a total of 88,440 shares) holding less than a marketable parcel of shares
under the ASX Listing Rules, based on the closing share price of A$2.74. The ASX Listing Rules define a marketable parcel of shares as
a parcel of shares of not less than A$500.

SUBSTANTIAL SECURITY HOLDERS
In accordance with section 26(1) of the Securities Markets Act 1988, the following persons had given notice as at 15 August 2012 that
they were substantial security holders in the company and held a relevant interest in the number of ordinary shares shown below.


Date of substantial security notice Relevant interest in number of shares % of shares held at date of notice
Accident Compensation Corporation 2 July 2012 34,673,549 6.01%
Investors Muutal Limited 8 August 2012 28,927,533 5.01%


No further substantial security holder notices had been received as at 10 September 2012.


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