Strong investment decisions built on trust.

First NZ Capital is one of New Zealand's leading finance houses offering share broking, portfolio management, investment banking*, financial and economic research services. We have been a trusted provider of wealth management and investment advice to individuals, companies, institutions and governments for over 50 years. Our strong local expertise is backed by our strategic alliance with Credit Suisse Group, a relationship that has existed for more than 20 years.

  • Trusted
    Wealth Management.

    At First NZ Capital, managing your wealth is based on strong relationships, excellent
    technical skills, market-leading financial research, and our strategic alliance with Credit Suisse.
    By getting to know you and understanding your long term
    financial goals, we can tailor our services to suit your personal circumstances.

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  • Highly-Regarded

    The First NZ Capital Research team, covering analysis, strategy and economics,
    is one of the most highly respected in the New Zealand investment industry.
    Our experience and expertise is supported by input from Credit Suisse Group's
    international research teams through our strategic alliance.

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  • Award-Winning
    Investment Banking.

    First NZ Capital's Investment Banking team is one of the most experienced
    and knowledgeable in New Zealand, with a proven track record of solving
    complex issues and delivering innovative solutions for our clients.
    *First NZ Capital is not a registered bank.

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  • Investment Outlook – Dec. 2015

    In this edition:

    The US Federal Reserve appears likely to commence a normalisation of US interest rates as the Fed Funds Rate is raised. They will be alone in this stance with significant monetary policy easing still being undertaken in Japan and Europe. We remind ourselves that while the best returns have probably been had equity markets typically decline, not due to overvaluation, but due to an economic down turn. We consider these and other issues, and the likely impact for investment portfolios.

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