"We are a truly intergenerational investor, where we're shifting this wealth to benefit future New Zealanders. What does that mean? It means we have to keep our eyes up. We have to care about the value of things over the truly long-term."

Current projections show the New Zealand Super Fund peaking in size in the year 2070, making it among the foremost long-term investors today. How does this impact decision-making within the firm? Matt Whineray, CEO of New Zealand Super Fund, joins the podcast to discuss the practical implications of the Fund’s long-term investment horizon – topics include:

About Matt Whineray

Matt was appointed Chief Executive Officer in July 2018, responsible for the general management of the New Zealand Superannuation Fund. Matt was Chief Investment Officer since 2014, overseeing the development of the Fund’s climate change strategy, risk allocation process, and risk budget framework. Previously, Matt was at Credit Suisse in Hong Kong where he was Head of Financial Sponsor Coverage. Matt is a long-time supporter of FCLTGlobal and has previously served as a member of the World Economic Forum General Agenda Council on the Future of Investing.

About New Zealand Super Fund

The New Zealand Super Fund is a sovereign wealth fund that exists to help pay for the future cost of providing a Government-funded retirement for all New Zealanders.

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