Renton, N(ick) E.
RENTON, N(ick) E.
RENTON, N(ick) E. Australian, b. 1931. Genres: Money/Finance, Economics. Career: Actuary, arbitrator, businessman, and writer. Life Offices' Association of Australia, executive director, 1975-79; Life Insurance Federation of Australia, executive director, 1979-86; independent business consultant to government agencies and corporations. Publications: Guide for Meetings and Organizations: A Handy Reference Manual for Members of Clubs and Societies, 1961, 7th ed, Guide for Meetings and Organizations, 2 vols, 2000; Understanding Investment Property: A Handbook for Present and Potential Investors in the Australian Property Market, 1989; Understanding Managed Investments: A Handbook for Present and Potential Investors in Unit Trusts, Life Insurance, and Superannuation, 1989; Understanding the Stock Exchange: A Handbook for Present and Potential Investors in Shares and Fixed-Interest Securities and a Primer on Other Common Forms of Investment, 1989, rev. ed, 1995; Dictionary of Stock Exchange Terms, 1990; Metaphors: An Annotated Dictionary, 1990, in US as Metaphorically Speaking: A Dictionary of 3,800 Picturesque Idiomatic Expressions, 1990; Understanding the Australian Economic Debate, 1990; (with J. Gurney) Successful Clubs, 1995. Contributor to periodicals. Address: 194 Kilby Rd., East Kew 3102, Australia. Online address: [email protected]
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