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David Chaplin


David Chaplin is a reputed financial services journalist and publisher of Investment News NZ.

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Massive passive flows haven’t broken markets: GMO

Passive investing may have skewed the numbers but the index-hugging wall of money can’t break the maths of markets, a new GMO paper argues.

David Chaplin | 17th Jul 2024 | More
Another bumper year for NZ Super in sovereign fund rankings

The NZ Superannuation Fund has notched up back-to-back results as the best-performing and one of the most-sustainable sovereign investment vehicles in the world in a new review of the sector.

David Chaplin | 5th Jul 2024 | More
New Zealand Super gets acting CIO as Gilmore goes west

New Zealand’s sovereign wealth fund has named the long-time head of its strategic tilting strategy to temporarily fill the gap left by departing chief investment officer Stephen Gilmore.

David Chaplin | 11th Jun 2024 | More
NZ Super trends up with almost $1bn of new mandates

The NZ Superannuation Fund has made half-a-dozen fresh investments over the previous few months across an eclectic range of strategies including US timber, a quant trend-follower and a life science specialist.

David Chaplin | 17th May 2024 | More
How BNP rides the private assets boom

Surging interest in the private markets from asset owners and managers requires heavy investment in tech and teams for the custodians that service them, and is set to keep back-offices busy for a while yet.

David Chaplin | 15th May 2024 | More
  • Institutional investors to boost private allocations: State Street

    Private markets could be almost on par with listed assets in institutional investor portfolios before the end of this decade, according to a new State Street study.

    David Chaplin | 3rd May 2024 | More
    Private debt lands on IMF radar

    The International Monetary Fund has urged regulators to keep a close eye on private debt as the once obscure asset class enters the investment mainstream.

    David Chaplin | 12th Apr 2024 | More
    NZ Super CIO quits for coveted CalPERS job

    The NZ Superannuation Fund (NZS) has confirmed chief investment officer, Stephen Gilmore, has resigned after winning the same position at one of the world’s largest pension funds.

    David Chaplin | 3rd Apr 2024 | More
    Scientific Beta plots how deglobalisation hits stocks

    War and plague have disrupted the geopolitical peace over the last three years with far-reaching consequences for international trade and economic growth.

    David Chaplin | 8th Mar 2024 | More
    Governments to tinker more as politics stirs global pension pots: Thinking Ahead Institute

    Global pension funds are facing increasing political pressure to alter investment strategies, according to The Thinking Ahead Institute (TAI), with governments able to exert “considerable influence” on net zero policies and domestic investment.

    David Chaplin | 1st Mar 2024 | More
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