Matt Whineray
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Matt Whineray

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

Chief executive

  • Appointed July 2018.
  • Joined May 2008 as general manager, private markets and became chief investment officer in 2015.
  • Previously at Credit Suisse (Hong Kong). Earlier managing director at First NZ Capital in NZ and vice president at Credit Suisse First Boston in New York.
  • Barrister and solicitor with Russell McVeagh, Auckland in his early career.
  • Director of Netball NZ. Has served as a member of the World Economic Forum general agenda council on the future of investing.

Career

First NZ Capital
Director
Jan 2001 - Dec 2007
Credit Suisse
Managing Director
Jan 2007 - Dec 2008
The New Zealand Super Fund / Te Kaitiaki Tahua Penihana Kaumātua o Aotearoa
General Manager - Investments
Jan 2008 - Dec 2014
The New Zealand Super Fund / Te Kaitiaki Tahua Penihana Kaumātua o Aotearoa
Chief Executive Officer at NZ Super Fund, Chief Investment Officer
Jun 2014 - Present

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