George Crosby
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George Crosby

The New Zealand Super Fund / Te Kaitiaki Tahua Penihana Kaumātua o Aotearoa

General manager, portfolio completion

  • Appointed 2008.
  • Instrumental in establishing the portfolio investments team.
  • Oversees implementation of the NZ Super Fund’s Reference Portfolio, currency overlay, rebalancing and liquidity management and internal investment mandates with a credit and arbitrage focus.
  • Previously traded derivatives books at Westpac, BNP Paribas and Toronto Dominion Bank in Wellington and London.

Career

BNP Paribas
Interest rate trading
Jan 2005 - Dec 2007
TD
Director, Interest rate trading
Jan 2007 - Dec 2008
The New Zealand Super Fund / Te Kaitiaki Tahua Penihana Kaumātua o Aotearoa
General Manager Portfolio Completion, Head of Portfolio Invesments
Aug 2008 - Present
Te Ohu Kaimoana
Independent Member Audit and Risk Committee, Director Te Ohu Kaimoana Portfolio Management Services Limited
May 2013 - Apr 2018
Longroad Energy
Director
Jan 2020 - Present

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