Hello, I’m Stephen Mayne,
You’re probably here looking for the dearly departed maynereport.com.
When I closed the Mayne Report website in January of this year, I made it clear that I still love journalism and if the right gig came along I would be open to it.
And here we are.
The Mayne Report is back, new and improved!
I’ve teamed up with Alan Kohler at The Constant Investor to bring some shareholder advocacy to his independent financial reporting.
Every fortnight I’m writing the Mayne Report with the focus on shareholders rights that is not only what brought us the original Mayne Report, but an important resource for all of us who are investing in companies.
The Mayne Report:
- James Packer, the battle for Myer, billionaire activism and a raft of capital raisings
- Beach, Macquarie Atlas and Select Harvest disappoint with capital raisings as Brambles faces a board protest and Solly gets his man
- A blast on the phone from Gerry Harvey
- Strange capital raisings, hidden votes, Gerry Harvey, proxy advisers and the chairman series
- The Mayne Report: a deluge of results, directors who should go, will Morrison help TEN shareholders and around the grounds of capital raisings
Also, every week I’m interviewing an influential chairman for The Constant Investor. So far I’ve spoken to David Gonski, Belinda Hutchinson from Sydney Uni and my old tennis opponent, Tim Poole of Aurizon, and so many more.
- David Crawford answers the hard questions, holding his ground on a range of tricky issues
- Myer chair Paul McClintock on John Howard, Solly Lew, Macquarie, O’Connell St crew, infrastructure, Medibank and his famous father
- Meet John Mullen: From building the Abeles vision, global freight, Asciano CEO and the Telstra chair
- Ziggy Switkowski at 69: no plan to slow down on his diverse portfolio spanning NBN, Suncorp, RMIT and then some
- Vocus boss Vaughan Bowen: youngest ASX100 chair & under the pump on a range of fronts
- … and more!
And I have a gift for you!
During this time, you can take advantage of a unique annual offer, and only available for a limited time.
Sign up to The Constant Investor for a year (normally $300) and pay just $250 for full access.
That’s a saving of $50 (just don’t spend it at the pokies).