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NZ Superannuation Fund appoints Leadenhall to $275m insurance-linked mandate

London based insurance-linked securities and reinsurance-linked investment manager Leadenhall Capital Partners has secured a major new $275m investment mandate from the New Zealand Superannuation Fund. It's not the NZ Superannuation Fund's first allocation to insurance-linked securities but it is the largest allocation to catastrophe and reinsurance linked assets the Fund has read the full article →

NZ Superannuation Fund to increase allocation to catastrophe bonds and ILS

Here's some more evidence of the increasing interest that large pension funds are showing in the catastrophe bond, insurance-linked securities and reinsurance-linked investment space. The New Zealand Superannuation Fund, a fund for the state-run retirement benefit (pension) available to all working New Zealanders, already has an allocation to cat bonds read the full article →

NZ Super Fund not expecting losses on catastrophe bond investments

The New Zealand Superannuation Fund, a fund for the state run retirement benefit (pension) available to all working New Zealanders, made an investment in insurance-linked securities including catastrophe bonds last year (previous coverage here and here).They have become the first investor in cat bonds to make a statement regarding their read the full article →

NZ Super Fund pleased with its investment in insurance-linked securities

Earlier this year in February we wrote about the New Zealand Superannuation Fund and it's plan to move a portion of its investments into insurance-linked securities and catastrophe bonds as a way to secure better returns during the global financial crisis. It seems that move was a positive one for read the full article →

New Zealand Superannuation Fund chooses to invest in catastrophe bonds

The New Zealand Superannuation Fund is the fund for the state run retirement benefit (pension) available to all working New Zealanders. Many other countries have similar funds, the UK for example has the state run pension. In a first for a fund of its kind, it has announced that it read the full article →