APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED
Contribute to the intergenerational wealth of the Waikato iwi
Drive best practice in investment management, governance, and reporting
Kia hiwa ra
Kia hiwa ra
Kia hiwa ra ki te pae tukutuku kia tuumatakahuki
ka paiherengia kia maatotoru ai e kore rawa e whati
Haumi ee, hui ee, taiki ee
Waikato-Tainui is a leading tribal organisation in Aotearoa. It develops and implements initiatives to achieve outcomes for its iwi. The activities of Waikato-Tainui are informed by Whakatupuranga 2050 – a blueprint for the long-term cultural, social, and economic advancement of the iwi.
Prudent management of iwi-owned assets and settlements will enable the realisation of Whakatupuranga 2050. Its investment portfolio of approximately $1.45 billion is diverse and includes property, private equity, equities, fixed income, natural resources, cash, and Te Tiriti o Waitangi settlement receivables.
The Group Investment Committee (“GIC”) acts in an investment advisory and monitoring capacity. It reviews the performance of the funds managed by the Chief Investment Officer and reports directly to the Executive Board, Te Arataura.
A vacancy has arisen on GIC. The independent GIC Nominating Committee has commenced a process to recommend an outstanding candidate for appointment to the GIC in 2022.
Members of the GIC must have, as a group, significant skills and experience in:
- investment strategies and reporting models
- risk analysis and oversight
- market trends and reporting
- conveying complex investment and financial concepts to various audiences
- operating in a kaupapa Maaori environment
Click here to view the Candidate Information document.
To apply, please send your cover letter and CV to [email protected].
Applications close on 27 July 2022 at 5pm.
Please direct any queries to the above email address in the first instance.