How to build wealth in the fast lane, in the slow lane, or in the ‘no lane at all’. Each group have very different needs and should therefore adopt different strategies. The wealth of the few is not the reason for the poverty of the many – we all have a part to play to bring healing to the people first, so healing to the land can come later.

Greg Hutana is services Manager at Gorilla Technology, and part of the Maori Initiatives team, a not for Profit Organisation :

Tahei Simpson( is a financial advisor specialising in residential mortgages. Her passion is to help Kiwis navigate their way through the mortgage application process and provide them with the tools and knowledge to smash their mortgage and retire financially free. She created and hosted the New Zealand property television series On The Ladder, and is an accredited facilitator with the Sorted Kainga Ora financial capability programme. Far removed from her background in classical ballet, performance piano and acting, today Tahei is a volunteer board member and team manager at Auckland City Basketball, and an advocate for safeguarding kids in sport. Tahei has been based mostly in Mt Eden for 20 years, and with technology is able to service clients all over New Zealand and overseas.


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