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What Would a Property Market Correction Mean for Business?


Wed 14 Sep 2016, 7:30am–9:30am

Where: Pullman Auckland Hotel, Corner Princes St and Waterloo Quadrant, CBD, Auckland

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What Would a Property Market Correction Mean for Business and the Wider Economy?

New Zealand’s property market is attracting considerable market commentary. Senior business leaders are predicting that the property market has overheated and will correct. If there is a correction, what will it mean for the wider business community?

- Which parts of the property market are most at risk?
- How imminent is a correction?
- What might that correction look like?
- What are the likely contagion effects on other parts of the business landscape?
- What can businesses do to minimise the impact of a correction?

- Nick Tuffley - Chief Economist, ASB Bank Limited
- Conor McElhinney - Partner, McGrathNicol
- Dr. Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy - Senior Lecturer of Economics, Auckland University

- Jennifer Tunna - Principal, Lowndes

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