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NZ Super Fund appoints two GMsBY KARREN VERGARA | WEDNESDAY, 7 APR 2021 12:04PM
The NZ$55 billion New Zealand Super Fund has appointed two senior leads to its executive team, who will join the Guardians on July 5.
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