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New Investment Line-Up at AMP Henderson

16 May 2001

Media Release


New Investment Line-Up at AMP Henderson

New Zealand’s largest fund manager, AMP Henderson Global Investors, today confirmed its new investment operations structure and personnel.

The new structure has integrated the previously separate fixed interest, equity and investment strategy teams into a single investment operations group. All members of the investment operations team now report through to Chris Wozniak who is the recently appointed Chief Investment Officer.

“The new structure is consistent with the worldwide Henderson Global Investors operational model, and is designed to enhance our New Zealand investment operations and strengthen our relationship with our investors,” Mr Wozniak said.

“By removing the traditional boundaries between asset classes and investment strategy, we have been able to form a single consolidated investment team with a clear focus on providing excellent returns to investors,” Mr Wozniak said.

All New Zealand assets will continue to be managed in New Zealand.

Grant Hassell is now senior fixed interest portfolio manager and will continue to manage New Zealand bonds and fixed interest along with Peter Scobie.

Craig Brown has been made senior equity portfolio manager, and will take a leading role in equity management. Natvar Vallabh, Nigel Croke and Stan Wilson, who are the other members of the New Zealand equities area, have also taken on additional responsibilities.

Paul Dyer continues as Head of Investment Strategy, supported by Ceri Jones and Richard Frogley.

Following this restructure Stephen Walker, formerly the Head of New Zealand Equities, has elected to leave AMP Henderson after seven years.

AMP Henderson Global Investors is New Zealand’s largest funds management company, managing over $10 billion.
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