Tim Macindoe

Tim Macindoe

Financial Interests

Current as at 31 January, 2020.

2. OTHER COMPANIES AND BUSINESS ENTITIES:

AMP – whole of life insurance policies and investment services

Partners Life Limited – life and trauma cover insurance policies

GuocoLeisure Limited – international corporate/property investments

4. BENEFICIAL INTERESTS IN, AND TRUSTEESHIPS OF, TRUSTS:

JF Macindoe Family Trust (trustee and beneficiary)

HLG Macindoe Family Trust (beneficiary)

5. ORGANISATIONS AND TRUSTS SEEKING GOVERNMENT FUNDING:

Epilepsy Waikato Charitable Trust (patron) – education and support services for Waikato’s epilepsy community

Orchestras Central Trust (trustee) – coordination of management and events for Central North Island’s major orchestras, and advocacy for funding support

6. REAL PROPERTY:

Family home (jointly owned) – Grandview Heights, Hamilton

7. SUPERANNUATION SCHEMES:

Sarjess Superannuation Scheme Westpac Bank KiwiSaver

UK Teachers’ Pension Scheme

9. DEBTORS:

Kiwibank – investments

Octavier Finance – investments

11. OVERSEAS TRAVEL COSTS:

Taiwan – education, meetings, and cultural activities. Contributor to travel, accommodation, and meals: Taiwan Cultural Office.


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