New Zealand

A balanced or barbelled portfolio approach will help bond investors weather this period of low returns.
Since it’s been over a month since I’ve done a weekend reading post, I had over 1000 stories to wade through. These are the ones that stood out as the most important. Enjoy.
It’s the July 4th weekend here in the US of A. And that means that most of you will be busy with BBQs and fireworks. For those moments that you aren’t holding some grill tongs and a cold beverage, here’s some reading.
South Korea and New Zealand slash rates; U.K. to sell RBS stake at a loss; Basu calls for delay in Fed rate hike.
Banking investigation shines a spotlight on tiny Andorra; Holcim directors reject merger with Lafarge, GE to spin off unit.
Welcome to the weekend, everybody. Here’s some pensions and sovereign wealth fund news for your reading enjoyment.
The CEO of New Zealand’s sovereign wealth fund has an inclusive approach to managing both people and assets that is proving to be nothing short of impressive.
The New Zealand Superannuation Fund is the fastest-growing sovereign wealth fund in the world, thanks to its CEO, Adrian Orr. Here he discusses the challenges of thinking long-term and the importance of being innovative.
Here’s a bunch of news and research for your weekend reading enjoyment.
As China’s slowdown takes the gloss off Australia’s economy, New Zealand’s dollar looks like a good commodity play.