15 ( ANI ): Mega chief executive Vikram Kumar has said the New Zealand Stock Exchange would be the logical home for Kim Dotcom's new cyber-locker service when the company goes public.
What does NZSE stand for?
NZSE stands for New Zealand Stock Exchange
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- New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations
- New Zealand School of Dance
- New Zealand Sign & Display Association
- New Zealand Sports Drug Agency
- New Zealand Stamp Dealers Association
- New Zealand Society of Diversional Therapists, Inc. (Christchurch, New Zealand)
- New Zealand Sheep Dog Trial Association (Hastings, New Zealand)
- New Zealand School of Education (est. 2003)
- New Zealand Search Engine (regional online directory)
- New Zealand Society of Endocrinology
- New Zealand Sea Frontier (US Navy)
- New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering Inc. (Wellington, New Zealand)
- New Zealand Seed Fund (biotechnology)
- New Zealand Shooting Federation
- New Zealand Sportclimbing Federation
- New Zealand Sports Foundation
- New Zealand Superannuation Fund
- New Zealand Society of Gastroenterology (est. 1966)
- New Zealand Society of Genealogists Inc
- New Zealand Society of Gunsmiths Inc
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The NZAX-listed telecommunications company which sold its subsidiary Cogent in July, Zintel Group, will sell the rest of its businesses and pay out shareholders as it prepares to delist from the New Zealand stock exchange.
According to the Japanese beverage maker, the Australian brewer has requested that trading for its shares at the Australian Securities Exchange and the New Zealand Stock Exchange be halted while the proposal is being studied.
She has also held non-executive director posts with two companies listed on the New Zealand stock exchange and has worked in professional services, retail, insurance, publishing and management development.
The New Zealand Stock Exchange said Scott was not accredited with them and it would be ``unlikely'' any application would be granted.
4 billion when it reported its annual financial results to the New Zealand stock exchange last month, had not been well-served by its board of directors, Cullen said.