NZAM is here for investors who want returns that the bank cannot match, while knowing the preservation of their hard-earned capital is a priority, no matter what the market is doing.
NZAM was set up in 1991 because we saw investors caught between the typical fund management approach, which exposed their capital to too much risk, and the bank, which offered more security but lower returns.
We believed in a better way – and we’ve been proving it for well over two decades.
In a global marketplace, it is essential New Zealand investors understand what's happening overseas. New Zealand often feels insulated from global goings-on. Despite being a mere blip on the global investment landscape, the dairy price collapse of the past 18 months has generated countless headlines here. Read More
NZAM's Chairman, Sir John Anderson, has been named INFINZ's inaugural Distinguished Fellow in recognition of his significant contribution to INFINZ and the broader capital markets industry and New Zealand society. Read More
President Obama wrote for this week’s Economist discussing “the crucial areas of unfinished business in economic policy” the next president will need to tackle and then questioned the rise of “crude populism” which promises to return the country to the past. We thought it was time to investigate this rise of populism and how it has evolved. Read More