Published 8 June 2010
South Canterbury Finance Ltd is taking to the road in its battle for credibility.
Chief executive Sandy Maier & his management team have set up a schedule of public meetings with investors over the next fortnight, starting with 3 meetings in the South Island this week.
Mr Maier said today: “It’s quite an unusual step, I think, but South Canterbury isn’t an average business. Our president for life, Allan Hubbard (new title bestowed on 28 May) founded the company based on a very personal touch, and recent feedback from our investors indicates they’d like to see this approach continue. “We’ve also seen plenty of media coverage about the business and we’ve been very busy making changes to put the business back in good shape. We’ve made progress on many fronts and that’s raised questions for both current investors & those who may have left us, as well as new or potential investors in South Canterbury.” The first round of meetings, this week, is scheduled for Christchurch on Thursday, Invercargill & Dunedin on Friday. The company is finalising plans for meetings next week in Timaru, Ashburton, Wellington & Auckland, and for other centres soon. Want to comment? Go to the forum.
Attribution: Company release, story written by Bob Dey for the Bob Dey Property Report.