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Hubbard divests private investments into charitable trusts

Timaru financier and philanthropist Allan Hubbard is transferring great chunks of his private investments into charitable trusts as part of a succession plan designed to help the disadvantaged.Shareholdings in more than 30 mostly farming-related assets ha

Duncan Bridgeman
Mon, 21 Jun 2010

Timaru financier and philanthropist Allan Hubbard is transferring great chunks of his private investments into charitable trusts as part of a succession plan designed to help the disadvantaged.

Shareholdings in more than 30 mostly farming-related assets have this month been transferred to his most

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Duncan Bridgeman
Mon, 21 Jun 2010
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