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ANZ appoints new Head of Investment Partnerships


ANZ Bank New Zealand today announced Paul Gregory has been appointed as the new Head of Investment Partnerships for ANZ Investments, reporting to the Chief Investment Officer.


Mr Gregory joins from the Financial Markets Authority where his responsibilities have included leading the regulatory approach to the retail investment management sector including KiwiSaver and, currently as the Executive Director, Response & Enforcement, for tackling misconduct across the financial sector.


He has over 20 years’ experience in financial services with senior roles in the public and private sector, in New Zealand and Australia.


“It has been a privilege working for the Financial Markets Authority, but I am excited to be returning to investment management. At the FMA we focus on good consumer, investor and market outcomes and I look forward to continuing that in my new role, working closely with ANZ Investments’ investment partners,” Mr Gregory said.


ANZ Investments’ Managing Director Fiona Mackenzie said she was thrilled to welcome someone of Mr Gregory’s experience and calibre to ANZ Investments.


“I have known Paul for a long time given we worked together for the Guardians of the NZ Superannuation Fund. He has deep expertise building and maintaining strong investment partnerships as a critical part of delivering customer outcomes.


“It’s an exciting time for Paul to join ANZ Investments as we continue to explore possible global partnerships that will position us for growth of our KiwiSaver schemes and investment funds,” Ms Mackenzie said.


ANZ Investments manages more than $33 billion in investments for over 675,000 investors and is New Zealand’s largest KiwiSaver provider.


Mr Gregory will start the role early in the second quarter of calendar 2024.


For media enquiries contact Tony Field 021 220 3152 or tony.field@anz.com



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