Brian Gaynor Net Worth At Death And Cause Of Death

Brian Gaynor, co-founder of Milford Asset Management, died after a short illness.

Gaynor was a business commentator and co-founder of Milford Asset Management which currently have $15 billion in assets under management. He held major shares in the business news outlet Business Desk and was chair before the sale to NZME.

“Immense contribution to capital markets over nearly five decades.”

Gaynor received the NZ Shareholders Association Beacon Award for his remarkable work in 2020 and 2006.

NZX chairman James Miller calls out Brian’s work in this appreciative statement.

“Brian would be one of most influential people in the 150-year history of New Zealand’s capital markets and the NZX.”

Furthermore, Miller speaks words about Brain’s career as an entrepreneurial fund manager and business commentator.

“He had an amazing career from equity analyst to the entrepreneurial fund manager and a leading business commentator.”

Mark Peterson, the New Zealand Stock Exchange chief executive, offers sympathy and condolences to the Gaynor family.

“One of his great strengths was his willingness to foster a debate by openly and courageously sharing his views. He had incredible market knowledge, history, and insights.”

Brain Gaynor’s career spanned from being a partner and head of research at Jarden, holding membership in the New Zealand Stock Exchange, Chairmanship of the New Zeeland Society of Investment Analysts, and chairman of the board of the Asian Securities Analysts Council.

No updates about his memorial service have been received yet.

Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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