Yet more evidence of our effective work

03 Feb 2016 by Mike Tisdall
Our 2015 NZ Super Fund Annual Report has been named winner of the Annual Report category in the Asia-Pacific Excellence Awards 2015.
 
The Awards honour outstanding achievements in the fields of PR and Communications.
NZ Super Fund 2015 annual report example spread
 
 
 
“The Annual Report of the NZ Super Fund is a best practice example of transparent, comprehensive reporting by a sovereign wealth fund. It features clear explanations of complex financial information; consistent benchmarks; and a strong creative theme that illustrates the Fund’s purpose. Case studies provide insights into investments and events, and an online microsite complements the full report.”
 
Congratulations to the NZ Super Fund Communications Team and to our own team who worked on this project.
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