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AMP Capital New Zealand appoints Chief Investment Officer

28 July 2011

AMP Capital New Zealand appoints Chief Investment Officer

AMP Capital Investors continues to build capability within its funds management business in New Zealand with the appointment of Peter Verhaart to the newly created role of Chief Investment Officer, New Zealand. Peter will report to David Kiddie, Chief Investment Officer & Head of the Multi Asset Group, based in Sydney.

Established in November 2009, the Multi Asset Group is a specialist division within AMP Capital, which packages multi-asset, multi-strategy solutions with a risk management and asset allocation advisory service, tailored to client requirements. By leveraging expertise across the Group, over 30 investment professionals deliver more targeted and effective outcomes for clients in terms of asset allocation, portfolio construction and design, risk management and investment research.

Peter will have an integral role in AMP Capital’s current funds management business, and will work with the Fixed Income and Equities teams as well as the wider Multi Asset Group to expand the depth of capability across AMP Capital for our New Zealand clients.

Peter joined AXA to head up the New Zealand Investment Management team (AXA Global Investors, previously known as Arcus) in August 2007 from Mercer where he spent over seven years heading the Investment Consulting business. He has also worked as an investment manager for ANZ Funds Management and as an asset consultant for Watson Wyatt.

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