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New Chief Investment Officer for ANZ Investments


11 July 2018


ANZ Investments today announced the appointment of Paul Huxford as its Chief Investment Officer, effective immediately.

ANZ Wealth managing director Craig Mulholland said Paul Huxford had an impressive international track record, leading large teams in global markets.

Mr Huxford previously held senior global research roles with JP Morgan (including Managing Director - Europe, Middle East and Africa Equities Research), as well as with Macquarie Bank and Bankers Trust/DeutscheBank in Asia, Australia and New Zealand.

“This international perspective is increasingly important to our growing funds management business as we work to continue to deliver consistently good investment performance for our KiwiSaver members, Private Banking and wholesale investment clients,” said Mr Mulholland.

“Paul’s international experience will complement the 300-plus years’ experience and proven track record of our Investment Management team.”

For the past three months, Mr Huxford has been working as Acting Chief Investment Officer at ANZ Investments, affording him an opportunity to get to know its people, processes and key business drivers.

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