From the desk of:

Viv Gurrey
Chief Executive Officer
Property Institute of New Zealand

Join us for our online Conference

Tēnā koutou katoa

I expect most of you will have caught up with the news that this year's 2022 National Property Conference is now being held online over two weeks at the end of June.
You can access more information by clicking on the image above, but it gives me great pleasure to announce our first confirmed presenter at this event.
Paul Bloxham is HSBC’s chief economist for Australia, New Zealand and Global Commodities.
Prior to joining HSBC he was an economist within the Reserve Bank of Australia's Economic Analysis Department.
He holds a Masters Degree in public financial policy from the London School of Economics.
Paul's probably best known on this side Tasman for his description of the Kiwi economy under the previous Rt Hon Sir John Key's Government as the 'Rock Star' economy. 
Many members will remember him as our keynote speaker at the successful 2018 Conference at the Sky City in Auckland.
He is a compelling presenter with an incredibly broad understanding of the New Zealand and Australian economies, a regular and popular commentator in newspapers and on radio.

Paul says his aim is to make economics accessible and interesting, helping to educate and inform people. "Too many economists speak and write in economics jargon.
"The most inspiring regular feedback I receive is that the people find my presentations engaging and they really “get it”. I never use notes and rarely use slides. I live by the adage that if I can’t explain it to my mum, then I don’t understand it well enough for it to be useful to non-economists."
It's fantastic to have Paul on board as the first of many strong speakers who'll be joining us over the course of Conference '22.
We are ambitious in those we will be recruiting to speak and aiming to keep this Conference fast-paced, informative and entertaining.
Attendees can expect to achieve the full 12 CPD points that was on offer for the face-to-face conference and it will be available at a considerable discount.
We do hope you will consider joining us.

Our online AGMs are free and worth one CPD point

All members are invited to attend the Property Institute of New Zealand and the New Zealand Institute of Valuers online AGMs on June 9.
Since the face-to-face Conference has gone to a virtual platform the Annual Meetings will do the same. 
One CPD point is on offer for those attending an AGM and these are free for members.
DATE: June 9

A registration page will be set up shortly for those wishing to take part. Registration is critical to ensure you get your automatic CPD point allocation.
Conclusion of Branch AGMs
The annual series of Branch AGMs has now come to a successful conclusion with great participation and positive feedback.
Almost all of these were held online due to the ongoing threat of Covid, but members were in good heart and optimistic about the future.
We appreciate the time that people sacrificed to be part of this process because in the end the final arbiters of our success and how it is measured are you, our members.

Ngā mihi nui

Viv Gurrey 
Chief Executive Officer
Property Institute of New Zealand
Autumn 2022:
Property Professional Out Now
The latest edition of Property Professional Magazine is out now.
There's a climate change theme to this instalment with a fascinating article by co-authors Patricia Kuczynska & NZIV General Secretary Dr Gary Garner talking about the impact of our changing environment on property.
Patricia is a member of NZIV, RICS, a Recognised European Valuer (TEGoVA), a Polish Registered Valuer (PFVA) and a member of IPAV and PINZ. She is also an active member of PINZ Standards Board Committee. Her professional interests include Climate Change related risks. 
This is an area which is sure to become increasingly important to all property professionals.
We'd also encourage you to familiarise yourselves with our new 'Future Leaders' who are all featured in this edition of the magazine.
The 'Future Leaders' Programme offers experience at governance level within the PINZ family of organisations.
This is a part of our strategic priority to foster and promote inclusion and diversity with the industries we are all part of and grow the talent we have to draw from within the organisation as we support our members in building incredible careers.
You can download your free copy of Property Professional magazine HERE or by clicking on the image below. 
New member benefit introduced
One of our important priorities is constant and continuous improvement in everything we do, and this includes adding further value from membership.
We are delighted to announce that Valuers Institute and Property Institute members can now access a discounted supply of rapid antigen tests through our new partner Ngaio Diagnostics.
This is a time-limited offer and available only to members by clicking on this MEMBER ONLY LINK
Conference 2023 set for Christchurch

The Property Institute Board has also decided that Conference 2023 will be held at the Te Pae Convention Centre in Christchurch (pictured below).
The dates are June 7-9.  We will also be hosting the international WAVO/IVSC Valuation Conference in 2023 and the venue is perfect for such a special global event.
Become a Conference partner, raise your profile and show your support for the property professions in 2022.
Contact us to find out more.
Don't miss out on our upcoming Virtual Valuers Summit which features compulsory ethics and standards modules as well as a masterclass in report writing from Michael Clark. Click the image below for details.
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