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Metlifecare is a leading developer and operator of retirement villages and care homes, which provide fulfilling lifestyles to thousands of New Zealanders. Our ambitious five-year strategy is now underway, underpinning an exciting journey of growth and transformation.

Annual Report 2023

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Meet our Executive team

Metlifecare has an experienced team of executives who are responsible for the leadership, direction and daily operation of Metlifecare. Our team lead and model our company values and put the interests of our people at heart.

Earl Gasparich


Earl Gasparich, Chief Executive Officer

Earl has a long history of executive leadership in the retirement village and aged care sector, including seven years as CEO of Oceania Healthcare. Earl volunteers on the Boards of a number of charities and public sector entities.

Jonathan Wilde, Chief Financial Officer


Jonathan Wilde, Chief Financial Officer

Jonathan brings strong strategic, commercial and financial expertise from more than 15 years’ experience in corporate finance and investment banking, including at PwC, Macquarie and, most recently, Craigs Investment Partners.

Anna Lissaman, General Manager People


Anna Lissaman, General Manager People

Anna offers significant people and culture leadership expertise, having led organisational cultural transformation and growth across a range of industries. Prior to joining Metlifecare, Anna worked in executive roles at House of Travel and TVNZ.

David Martin, General Manager Sales and Marketing


David Martin, General Manager Sales and Marketing

David brings strong brand, marketing and sales leadership expertise from more than 20 years in the property and retirement sectors, including roles at Harcourts International and Todd Property Group.

Hannah Walton, General Manager Operations


Hannah Walton, General Manager Operations

Hannah joined Metlifecare in 2019 and quickly moved into the role of GM Business Transformation in 2020. Hannah previously held a number of executive level roles at Spark across product, transformation and investment.

Mark Stockton, General Manager Property


Mark Stockton, General Manager Property

Mark was appointed as General Manager Property in October 2021. He brings close to 40 years of construction, project and development management experience, and has been involved in the aged care sector since 2005.



Dr Helen Kenealy, General Manager Clinical & Risk

Helen is a dual-trained Geriatrician and General Physician with more than 20 years experience across the public and private sectors. She is a Quality Improvement Advisor and has served on the InterRAI Governance Board New Zealand. She brings this experience together to lead the clinical team striving to ensure Metlifecare residents receive the best care possible across our motu.

Meet our Board of Directors

Metlifecare has an experienced Board of Directors responsible for promoting the success of the organisation and its subsidiaries in its role as one of New Zealand’s leading retirement village developers and operators.

Paul McClintock AO, Chair


Paul McClintock AO, Chair

Paul McClintock AO is currently the Chair of St Vincent’s Health, Australia’s largest not-for-profit hospital and aged care operator and Icon Group. Mr McClintock has chaired a number of healthcare related companies including I-MED Radiology, Medibank, Symbion Health, Affinity Health, Sydney Health Partners, Woolcock Institute for Respiratory Medicine and has been a director of Central Sydney Area Health.

Dr Jonathan Coleman, Director


Dr Jonathan Coleman, Director

Dr Jonathan Coleman is a qualified medical practitioner and company director. He was a Member of the New Zealand Parliament for 12 years, serving as a cabinet minister in the John Key/Bill English Government for nine of those years. He held a number of senior portfolios in Government including Health. He has worked as CEO of a large private healthcare provider and has been a director on the boards of Evolution Healthcare (formerly Acurity Health Group), and North Harbour Rugby. He is currently a Director of the NZ Olympic Committee Board.

Ken Lotu-Iiga, Director


Ken Lotu-Iiga, Director

Ken Lotu-Iiga is currently General Manager Property at Todd Property. He has significant experience in the New Zealand building, construction and development sectors, including Programme Director at the Government’s housing agency Kāinga Ora and 25 years at Fletcher Building and its predecessor companies, culminating as GM of Fletcher Residential, New Zealand’s largest developer of residential housing. Ken is also on the Board of Trustees for the Auckland Northland Cancer Society.

Maggie Owens, Director


Maggie Owens, Director

Maggie Owens is a Chartered Member of the Institute of Directors and was most recently an Operational Director for Bupa New Zealand, one of the country’s largest operators of retirement living and aged care services. Maggie held a variety of roles during her 11-year tenure at Bupa, including director of Independent Living and Acting Chief Operating Officer for 14 months. Maggie is past President of the Retirement Villages Association and began her career as a Registered Nurse.

Murray Jordan, Director


Murray Jordan, Director

Murray Jordan is currently a director of Chorus, Metcash, Levande, Southern Cross Medical Care Society, Southern Cross Healthcare and the Stevenson Group. Previously he was the Managing Director of Foodstuffs North Island. Prior to his role as Managing Director of Foodstuffs North Island, Murray was GM of Sales and Performance and GM of Property Strategy for Foodstuffs, and formerly was GM of AMP’s New Zealand unlisted property portfolio.

Sam Franklin


Sam Franklin, Director

Sam Franklin is a Director at EQT Group. Sam has extensive experience in private equity and infrastructure investing across Australia, New Zealand and European markets. He has a BCom from the University of Auckland.

Media Releases

23 February 2024 – HY24 NZ Media Release

23 February 2024 – Results Announcement Summary

24 August 2023 – FY23 NZX Media Release

24 August 2023 – FY23 Results Announcement Summary

26 April 2023 – Metlifecare Media Statement

22 February 2023 – HY23 NZX Media Release

22 February 2023 – Results Announcement Summary

22 November 2022 - NZX Announcement - Change of director

26 August 2022 – Results Announcement Summary

26 August 2022 – Audited Group Financial Statements for the year ended 30 June 2022

26 August 2022 – FY22 NZX Media Release

Financial information

23 February 2024 – Unaudited Financial Statements for the six months ended 31 December 2023

24 August 2023 – FY23 Annual Report including Audited Financial Statements for the year ended 30 June 2023

22 February 2023 – Unaudited Financial Statements for the six months ended 31 December 2022

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Metlifecare 2022 Annual Report (31 August 2022)

26 August 2022 – Audited Group Financial Statements for the year ended 30 June 2022

Metlifecare 2021 Annual Report (15 September 2021)

Audited Financial Statements for the year ended 30 June 2021 (20 August 2021)

Unaudited Financial Statements for the six months ended 31 December 2020 (25 February 2021)

Metlifecare 2020 Annual Report (9 September 2020)

Financial Statements 30 June 2020

Half Year Summary 2020 (26 February 2020)

Metlifecare Bond Offer

Metlifecare Limited Constitution (3 November 2020)

Final Terms Sheet 2019 (20 September 2019)

Product Disclosure Statement 2019

Master Trust Deed 2019 (6 September 2019, as amended 29 January 2021)

Supplemental Deed 2019 (6 September 2019)

Retail Bond Presentation 2019 (6 September 2019)

Sustainability reporting

Metlifecare Sustainable Finance Framework (October 2021)

Use of Proceeds Report (October 2021)

DNV’s Assurance Report (October 2021)

Use of Proceeds Report (June 2022)

Use of Proceeds Report (June 2023)

DNV’s Assurance Report (June 2023)