|Deputy Chair||Marvin Clough|
|Committee Member||David Baxter|
|Committee Member||Wendell Cook|
|Committee Member||Brett Williams|
|Committee Member||Andrew Liew|
|Committee Member||Murray Rendle|
|Observer / PINZ CEO||Viv Gurrey|
|Observer / PINZ Chief of Staff||Rebecca van Etten|
|Observer / Future Leader||Jhanica Ye|
|Observer / Future Leader||Nathan Walter|
The Plant and Machinery Valuers Institute guides the professional activity of the Infrastructure, Plant and Machinery Valuation profession in New Zealand and is the primary body providing education, advocacy, and professional standards to the profession.
PMVI Valuers participate in providing asset (non-real property) valuations for banks, financial institutions, insurers, local and central government, private business, stakeholders, and the general public.
The PMVI community has been serving members since the 1980s and is committed to the growth and development of the industry both locally and internationally.
Registered PMVI Valuers are qualified to provide independent infrastructure, plant and equipment valuation advice for fixed assets including mobile plant, industrial equipment, fixed assets within the manufacturing, processing and tourism industries, airports, ports, local body, and other reticulation assets. Other areas of specialisation including aviation, marine, and all aspects of heavy machinery.
Services Offered By Registered PMVI Valuers
A registered PMVI Valuer can be engaged when:
- Upgrading, building, buying, or selling assets
- Financing or refinancing assets
- Making asset acquisition decisions
- Reviewing asset values for financial reporting or tax assessments
- Assessing capital gains
- Assessing insurance value(s) for renewal
- Making a claim for insurance purposes – resulting from natural disasters or other events
- Valuing property for matrimonial purposes, arbitration, or other litigious matters
- Business mergers, acquisitions, or dissolution involving assets.
Many Registered PMVI Valuers also offer specialised skills:
- Arbitration and negotiation
- Expert testimony and litigation support
- Cost-benefit analysis
- Feasibility studies
- Market analysis and market rent studies
- Asset/portfolio management
- Business valuation
- Pre-accident assessment of value.
What makes a PINZ Registered PMVI Valuer different from a non-registered asset valuer?
Registered PMVI Valuer is an asset valuer (non-real-property) who has been registered and recognised by PINZ as an expert in their field of practice. Depending on their area of expertise, not all Valuers are eligible to become Registered PMVI Valuers.
Ready to become a member or progress your membership with PMVI : Click here for the application forms