Harmos Horton Lusk
Who says art and lawyers can’t mix? As a trustee of the Arts Foundation of New Zealand, businessman and philanthropist Andrew Harmos has make a significant contribution to the New Zealand art landscape and also sits as a trustee of the McCahon House Trust. The initiative was established to restore and preserve Colin McCahon’s house in French Bay, Auckland, and establish a residency for artists in his honour.
Harmos also continues to stand out as a legal entrepreneur. He is the founding director of specialist corporate/commercial firm Harmos Horton Lusk. Despite this, he has been no stranger to corporate structures – he was appointed a director of NZX
in 2002 and is a director of ASX-listed Westfield Retail Trust. Harmos is also fund manager at investment companies Elevation Capital Management Ltd and Pascaro Investments Ltd.
- Director, Harmos Horton Lusk Limited, 2002
- Non- Executive Director, AMP Life Limited (Australia)
- Partner, Russell McVeagh (1986 – 2002)
- Chairman, NZX Limited
- Director, ASX listed Westfield Retail Trust
|Years of Experience:
University of Auckland LLB(Hons), BCom
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