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Senior journalist

Will Mace

Will Mace began his journey in business journalism at The Independent circa 2009, but when that weekly business paper was closed down he became a founding reporter for the Fairfax Business Bureau, which supplied news to Fairfax’s regional mastheads and the Stuff.co.nz website.

Moving to London in 2013, he spent six years at Acuris Global (formerly Mergermarket) covering listed M&A deals, event-driven special situations, and shareholder activism campaigns across Europe for an investment banking and hedge fund audience. In 2016 he was tasked with launching an entirely new Acuris service called Activistmonitor, and became an authority on the subject of investor activism as it grew in the region.

Over his last two years in London, Will juggled editorship and reporting across activism, M&A, ECM, and regulatory/competition review coverage. He joined NBR in April 2021.

He enjoys live music, sailing, skiing, and critiquing rugby from the safety of the sidelines. 

Will Mace's Articles

Fee wise man: Estonian billionaire wants banks to play fair

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Tue, 19 Dec 2023

Rakon ‘significant’ shareholders keen to progress $1.70 proposal

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Mon, 18 Dec 2023

Air NZ’s earnings guidance prompts Forbar downgrade

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Thu, 14 Dec 2023

Nui Markets buys Aussie sales software to help with US expansion

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Thu, 14 Dec 2023

Air NZ to trial Starlink internet on domestic routes next year

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Wed, 13 Dec 2023

Rakon’s mystery $1.70 bid ‘appears opportunistic’ – Forbar

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Tue, 12 Dec 2023

Rakon shares rocket on $1.70 indicative takeover proposal

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Mon, 11 Dec 2023

Argo Navis liquidator says company is ‘not a train smash’

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Mon, 11 Dec 2023

Argo Navis shareholders appoint liquidator

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Mon, 11 Dec 2023

Gentrack on-track for ‘win-win’ expansion after rocky years

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Mon, 11 Dec 2023

Air NZ selects Alia electric aircraft to help it hit 2026 goal

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Wed, 06 Dec 2023

Citi NZ’s banking ‘godfather’ retires after 13 years at the top

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Mon, 04 Dec 2023
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