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Pensions website says AXA manager joining NZ super fund

Tuesday 14th December 2010

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The former head of investment strategy at AXA Global Investors, Keith Poore, is joining the $18 billion New Zealand Superannuation Fund in Auckland as head of asset allocation.

An international finance website, Pensions and Investments, reported Mr Poore will move to the fund early in January.

A fund spokesman declined to confirm whether Mr Poore had joined the organisation, but said any such appointment would not be a direct replacement for Tore Hayward, who left the fund earlier this year.

Mr Hayward, formerly the fund's general manager-portfolio research, moved to a similar role at the $13 billion Accident Compensation Corporation fund in Wellington, and Neil Williams, then head of public markets, filled Mr Hayward's role in the interim.

Jason Wong, former AMP Capital head of investment strategy, replaced Mr Poore at AXA Global Investors.

 

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