Olev Neuhoff. M

Olev Neuhoff. M

Head of Investment, SWFI

My experience spans all facets of the capital markets including fund management
 

Currently employed at Financial service, SWFI

Previous: NZ super fund, NZX Group

 

Previous: Columbia University, University Of Otago

Experiences

Head of Investment

At SWFI

From September 2011 to Present
I oversee a global portfolio of private equity, private equity real estate, and active return investments. I am responsible for the Guardians’ strategic partnerships, both with investment managers and sovereign wealth fund peers. I have been a member of the Investment Committee since October 2011...
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financial mandate

At Financial service

From 2011 to Present
I am an experienced capital markets professional with a global perspective derived from extended stints in London, New York, and San Francisco. My experience spans all facets of the capital markets including fund management, investment banking, and exchanges. My governance roles have included...
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Investment Committee

At NZ super fund

From July 2014 to December 2016
The purpose of the Investment Committee is to ensure NZ Super's portfolio is best placed to meet the Fund's objectives. The committee comprises the CEO and key personnel from the investments teams. It is responsible for investment risk, including monitoring and reviewing all investment activities.
 

Head of market and strategy

At NZX Group

From May 2009 to August 2011
Whilst at NZX, I was responsible for both cash and derivative traded products, NZX Listings, and the market data portfolio. I lead the team that launched Dairy Futures on the new NZX Derivatives Market and was part of the team which designed and developed the Fonterra Trading Amongst Farmers market,...
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Columbia University, New York

MBA, Columbia University

From 2002 to 2004
Masters of Business Administration (Finance
 

Skills

 
  • Asset management
  • Business strategy
  • Financing
  • Funding
  • Investment
  • Investment Banking
  • Project funding