Stephen Gilmore
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Stephen Gilmore

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

Chief investment officer

  • Appointed 2019.
  • Previously chief investment strategist at the Future Fund, Australia's sovereign wealth fund.
  • Earlier held senior strategy roles in London and Hong Kong with AIG Financial Products and Morgan Stanley.
  • Also worked with the IMF in Washington, the Reserve Bank of NZ in Wellington, and Chase Manhattan in London.
  • A past member of the Australian Foreign Exchange Committee and the Institute for International Finance Market Monitoring Group.


International Monetary Fund
Resident Representative, Economist
Mar 1992 - Feb 1998
Morgan Stanley
Executive Director, Executive Director
Feb 1998 - Jun 2004
Banque AIG, AIG Financial Products
Jul 2004 - Feb 2009
Future Fund
Chief Investment Strategist
Aug 2009 - Apr 2018
Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation
Chief Investment Officer
Feb 2019 - Present

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