“The election is unlikely to turn the housing market's spring surge into a king tide”
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Responding to the publication, Forsyth Barr managing director Neil Paviour-Smith said the firm had already taken responsibility by contributing to a $60m settlement fund to compensate investors.
"It's less about the blame game and more about getting people their money back," he said.
"We've dealt with this, we've moved on from it."
Paviour-Smith said he was not proud of the emails exposed in the report, but they were a sideshow to the main issue of trying to get a good outcome for investors.
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Those who have no issue with Forsyth Barr must have a morality bypass. Makes you wonder what somebody would have to do to make them disapprove.
are you saying our leaders have no Morals?
No, A.J. they just set the Barr too low due to a lack of Forsythe.
Bloody dyslexia's acting up again.
I was expressing concern about the voters in the polls. Surprised by that. But that's the way they think. (although how many of those voters are Forsyth Barr staff ?? hmmmh.)
Didn't set out to say that about our leaders. But the cap does fit.
cap or belaclava?