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Super fund chair appointed to NSW Generations FundBY KANIKA SOOD | WEDNESDAY, 4 JUL 2018 1:02PM
The chair of a $42 billion government superannuation fund and a former RBA Governor are joining the advisory board of New South Wales' new sovereign wealth fund. The state has also appointed its first chief economist.
Read more: NSW Government, NSW Treasury, J.P. Morgan, Michael Pratt, NSW Generations Fund, Productivity Commission, RBA Governor, Australian Business Economists, Australian Institute of Company, Dominic Perrottet, Glenn Stevens, Lisa McIntyre, Lowy Institute, Macquarie Group, Nicholas Johnson, NSW Treasurer, Peter Achterstraat, State Super, Stephen Walters, Tim Reardon
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