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Cullen reflects on KiwiSaver, Super Fund and capital gains

25 September 2020 - Speaking to a CFA NZ conference Sir Michael Cullen reflected on his career commenting on KiwiSaver, NZ Super Fund and capital gains tax.

Super Fund scores As for responsible investment

19 August 2020 - The NZ Super Fund has scored well in a report looking at its approach to responsible investment across its $47 billion portfolio.

Super Fund, AML rules on National Party's hit list

16 July 2020 - National’s finance spokesman Paul Goldsmith says the party would put contributions to the New Zealand Super Fund on hold for the next four years if it were to form the next government.

Whineray takes a pay cut

4 May 2020 - NZ Super Fund chief executive Matt Whineray has joined the move to cut pay during the Covid-19 disruption.

NZ Super Fund: Some coronavirus losses will be recovered, others gone for good

21 February 2020 - Coronavirus is likely to take the heat out of the global economy, the NZ Super Fund says, but it still expects 2020 to be a less turbulent year than 2019.

Super Fund gets RI rating

2 September 2019 - The NZ Super Fund has received strong ratings across several categories in the latest United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment (UNPRI) Report.

Share markets shake

15 August 2019 - Share markets around the world have wobbled – but whether fears of a recession will prove correct is still up for debate.

NZ Super Fund books into accommodation

15 July 2019 - The $42 billion NZ Super Fund is investing into a $300 million hotel portfolio established by the Russell Group and Lockwood Property Group. The deal...

BUDGET: Govt says National cost Super Fund $24.1 billion

30 May 2019 - Contributions to the NZ Superannuation Fund will continue under the current government but at a lower rate than prescribed.

Super Fund gets responsibility nod

23 April 2019 - A new study has named the New Zealand Super Fund as one of the world’s most responsible asset allocators.

Super Fund, AMP exclude weapons

12 April 2019 - Fund managers are adding exclusions in line with New Zealand's new gun laws.

NZ Super Fund reveals votes

13 March 2019 - Records of how the NZ Super Fund has voted at listed company AGMs are now available on its website.

Super Fund appoint equities manager

31 January 2019 - The Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation have appointed a new manager of New Zealand equities.

NZX stands out on global stage

21 December 2018 - New Zealand equity investors might feel hard done by this year but they’ve fared well compared to counterparts around the world.

Guardians add chief investment officer

13 December 2018 - The Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation, the Crown entity that manages the NZ$39 billion NZ Super Fund, has appointed a new chief investment officer.

[The Wrap] Has the Code been cracked? Celebrating success; Market warning

12 October 2018 - Oh what a week: A second crack at a Code of Conduct for advisers, a stark warning from the NZ Super Fund and a real Kiwi success story.

Market fall not a bloodbath; Someone’s dropped their latte: NZ Super Fund boss

12 October 2018 - The recent sharemarket fall is not a bloodbath, the chief executive of the NZ Super Fund says. However, the fund has modelled what a bloodbath would do for the $40 bill fund.

Super Fund adds $4b

28 September 2018 - The NZ Super Fund finished the 2018 financial year at $39 billion, up $4b over the year.

Botherway takes on new role

25 July 2018 - The former chairman of the FMA establishment board has been appointed to a governance role at the NZ Super Fund.

NZ Super appoints new CEO

19 June 2018 - The $38 billion NZ Super Fund has appointed a new chief executive to replace Adrian Orr who left to become governor of the Reserve Bank.

NZ Super Fund appointee joins Fidelity Life Board

21 March 2018 - Fidelity Life, has welcomed NZ Super Fund appointee Lindsay Smartt to its board. Smartt’s appointment follows the recent completion of the NZ Super Fund’s...

NZ Super Fund: Returns will fall

22 February 2018 - The NZ Super Fund returned 19.8 per cent over 2017 but there’s a warning that won’t last. Catherine Savage, the Chair of the Guardians of New Zealand...

NZ Super Fund drops carbon investments

21 February 2018 - The NZ Super Fund is dropping investments with carbon exposure because it thinks emissions are underpriced and pose a risk. Departing Super Fund chief...

Super Fund appoints acting chief executive

15 February 2018 - New chief executive will stand in while the search for Adrian Orr's replacement continues.

Super Fund: Opportunities in expansion capital

9 January 2018 - NZ Super Fund says New Zealand expansion capital has the potential to generate active returns, and is an attractive investment opportunity for is portfolio.

Super Fund recruiting

8 January 2018 - The NZ Super Fund is looking for a recruiter to help it replace its chief executive, Adrian Orr. It wants to confirm an appointment by mid-May and has...

NZ Super Fund excludes marijuana

18 December 2017 - Companies involved in the recreational cannabis industry have been excluded from the $37 billion NZ Super Fund. The exclusion does not include companies involved with licensed and authorised medicinal cannabis.

KiwiFund could have unfair advantage

18 December 2017 - A Government-run KiwiSaver scheme would have an unfair disadvantage that could push other providers out of business.

Innovation 'not just digital'

29 November 2017 - New Zealand insurers need to be willing to completely innovate and overhaul their businesses – not just digitise existing systems and processes, says Partners Life managing director Naomi Ballantyne.

Next stop: Innovation

16 November 2017 - Fidelity Life chief executive Nadine Tereora says a $100 million investment from the NZ Super Fund has arrived at the perfect time.

What to do with $100 million

16 November 2017 - [GOOD RETURNS TV] The NZ Superannuation Fund is looking to spend $100 million taking a 41% stake in Fidelity Life. The insurer's chief executive Nadine Tereora explains what this means for advisers.

Fidelity Life looks to accelerate growth with new capital

1 November 2017 - One year and one week after taking over the reigns at Fidelity Life chief executive Nadine Tereora announces a $100 million capital injection. What does it mean for the company and advisers? Philip Macalister finds out.   

Fidelity Life gets $100 million injection

31 October 2017 - The NZ Superannuation Fund is looking to take a 41% cornerstone stake in Fidelity Life.

From NZ Super Fund to FNZC

25 October 2017 - A key NZ Super Fund manager is moving on.

Super Fund buoyed by global equities

28 September 2017 - The NZ Super Fund has reported a 20.7% (after costs, before NZ tax) return for the 12 months to June 30, one of its best annual results. It finished the...

Kiwibank's IT work-in-progress proves costly

1 September 2017 - Kiwibank’s profit has tumbled more than 50%, largely due to an impairment charge relating to an IT project that may fail to keep up with the pace of customer behaviour change.

Trustee company turns to private equity

1 September 2017 - Private equity company Direct Capital takes a stake in Complectus, which owns Perpetual Guardian and other trustee firms.

Bank boss resigns

22 August 2017 - Kiwibank chief executive Paul Brock is to step down after seven years leading the company.

Super Fund: Carbon risk under-priced

15 August 2017 - The $35 billion New Zealand Superannuation Fund has sold off $950 million of companies with high exposure to carbon emissions and fossil fuel reserves.

Mint gets A+ rating

2 August 2017 - Mint Asset Management has been given an A+ rating from UNPRI for responsible investment governance and strategy. A+ is the highest rating achievable for...

Bigger questions to ask of retirement policy: Report

25 July 2017 - Analysts says the 'jokey' 2016 review from the Retirement Commissioner missed some of the big questions.

$2b tilting programme 'good example' for advisers

13 July 2017 - Strategic tilting has delivered an extra $2 billion in value to the NZ Super Fund, and it is suggested there may be lessons for advisers in its experience.

Super Fund gets top rating

1 May 2017 - The New Zealand Superannuation Fund has received an AAA rating in the latest Global Climate Index report, and ranks at 15 in its list of top global asset managers.

Super Fund writes off turbine investment

21 April 2017 - The NZ Super Fund has written off the value of its investment in Ogin, a US wind turbine company. It invested $55 million in the firm in 2013. The company's...

Volatility hits NZ Super Fund

21 September 2016 - Negative returns on global equities have hit the NZ Super Fund’s return in the year ended June 2016.

NZSF appoints manager

22 August 2016 - The NZ Super Fund has appointed Northern Trust Asset Management to manage two new factor investing mandates, extending a relationship first established...

NZSF gets tick

13 August 2016 - Thee NZ Super Fund has received an A+ rating for responsible investment governance and strategy in a 2016 benchmarking report by the United Nations Principles...

Turbo-charged returns can't last: Super Fund

23 June 2016 - Strong market returns experienced over the past five years are unlikely to continue into the future -  but low interest rates are likely here to stay, the NZ Super Fund’s manager of investment analysis, Roland Winn, says.

Financial services people recognised in Queens Birthday awards

6 June 2016 - Queen's Birthday Honours Awards have, today, been handed out to three people from the financial services industry. Plus we acknowledge someone many old hands in the advisory world will remember.

NZ Super fund and Milford cut ties

21 April 2016 - [UPDATED with Quirk comments] The Guardians and Milford have mutually agreed to part ways a year after the company was suspended as a manager.

NZSF sells investments

19 April 2016 - The New Zealand Superannuation Fund has sold its investments in three offshore private equity funds. The investments which have been sold are Hellman &...

Share sale may help Kiwibank get back market share

9 April 2016 - Much of the discussion around the sale of 45% of Kiwibank to the NZ Super Fund and Accident Compensation Corporation has been around politics and this of state asset sales. This post is about what it means for Kiwibank why the deal is probably a good idea.

Don't expect Super Fund returns to continue

27 January 2016 - The NZ Super Fund, the global investment fund set up to help pre-fund national superannuation, returned 6.5% over 2015, increasing in size by $2 billion to end the calendar year at $29.5 billion.

New chair for NZSF

9 December 2015 - Catherine Savage has been appointed chair of the Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation, the Crown entity that manages the $30 billion New Zealand Superannuation Fund.

NZSF appoints direct investment head

30 November 2015 - The New Zealand Superannuation Fund has appointed Will Goodwin as Head of New Zealand Direct Investment.

Advisers should pay more attention to ESG factors: Super Fund

20 November 2015 - Advisers and fund managers who do not consider environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors in their investment decisions would be derelict in their duty, the NZ Super Fund's head of investment analysis, David Rae, says.

NZ Super Fund lauds active management strategies

8 October 2015 - NZ Super Fund’s tilting investment strategy has been the main contributor to it beating the market.

Capacity issues stifle managers

23 September 2015 - Investors are being told to consider how capacity issues affect active managers' ability to deliver added value in New Zealand equities.

Super Fund reports success of active management strategy

16 September 2015 - The New Zealand Superannuation Fund is celebrating what it says has been a highly successful year for its active investment strategies.

Super Fund gets responsible investing nod

12 August 2015 - The New Zealand Superannuation Fund is performing well a responsible investor, ranking among the top tier globally, the manager of the Fund, the Guardians...

Super Fund sticks with growth assets

3 August 2015 - The New Zealand Superannuation Fund’s passive Reference Portfolio, the basis on which the majority of the Fund is invested, will remain strongly weighted to equity ownership, the Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation, the manager of the Fund, say.

NZ Super Fund hands out mandate

14 July 2015 - The NZ Super Fund has appointed Northern Trust’s international asset management arm, a leading provider of index, active and multi-manager solutions,...

Portugese investment not misguided: Orr

13 July 2015 - NZ Super Fund knew what it was doing when it made a $200 million investment that has since been lost in the collapse of a Portuguese bank, its chief executive says.

Long-timer moves on from NZ Super Fund

10 July 2015 - After nearly a decade with the NZ Superannaution Fund Tim Mitchell has left the fund and moved to London. His last role at the fund was working on projects...

Thomas mints mandate with Super Fund

2 July 2015 - Rebecca Thomas's Mint Asset Management has won a mandate with the NZ Super Fund following AMP Capital's decision to outsource its management.

Super Fund mulls what to do about Milford

19 June 2015 - The NZ Super Fund says it has not yet decided whether Milford will regain its mandate to manage its funds.

Milford suspension appropriate: NZSF

1 May 2015 - The NZ Super Fund says suspension rather than termination of Milford Asset Management’s  mandate was the appropriate action for it to take.

Bad news for Milford

2 April 2015 - [UPDATED WITH FMA, MILFORD COMMENT] Milford Asset Management has had a $281 million mandate suspended while an investigation into alleged market manipulation continues.

NZS: AMP may not be replaced

31 March 2015 - NZ Super Fund says it is making good progress in appointing an external manager to replace AMP as its manager of NZ equities. But it says it may end up managing the investments in-house.

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ANZ Special - 2.55 2.69 2.79
ASB Bank 4.45 2.55 2.69 2.79
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HSBC Premier 4.49 2.45 2.60 2.65
HSBC Premier LVR > 80% - - - -
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Kiwibank 3.40 3.30 3.54 3.54
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Liberty 5.69 - - -
Nelson Building Society 4.95 3.45 3.49 -
Pepper Essential 4.79 - - -
Resimac 3.39 3.35 2.99 3.35
SBS Bank 4.54 3.05 3.19 3.25
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Westpac 4.59 3.15 3.29 3.39
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Westpac Special - 2.55 2.69 2.79
Median 4.55 3.00 3.13 3.02

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