NZ Super Reveals Recipe for Secret Sauce: Strategic Tilting

July 05, 2017 by Loch Adamson

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This week, the management team at the New Zealand Superannuation Fund publishes a new white paper detailing one of the sovereign wealth fund's signature portfolio strategies; Singapore's GIC buys a 30% stake in global financial news and data provider Mergermarket; and China Investment Corp.'s direct-investment division joins a consortium of investors buying into US parking infrastructure. NZ Super Reveals Details of Its Strategic Tilting Program With returns at the New Zealand Superannuation Fund continuing to soar — for the 12 months ended May 31, 2017, NZ Super’s portfolio rose by a whopping 18.2% — the fund’s management organization, known officially as the Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation, has decided to share a little insight about its portfolio strategy. In a new white paper titled "How We Invest," which was just released on Monday, CIO Matt Whineray describes NZ Super’s "strategic tilting" program. In brief, strategic tilting is a…

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