Public Trust has appointed a new Chief Investment Officer.
Monday, April 4, 2022, 10:42 a.m.
Amanda Livingstone who was previously a director at Mint Asset Management has taken on the role of chief investment officer.
She has extensive financial services experience in New Zealand and Australia, having held senior positions with BT Financial Group in Sydney, where she was responsible for consultant relations, and several roles with Westpac New Zealand, covering investments and advice, mergers and projects. management.
At Morningstar Research, she conducted research on a wide range of Trans-Tasman investment funds in her role as Research Manager.
Livingstone has also been a consultant, specializing in wealth management, integration and regulatory change.
Most recently, she was a director of Mint Asset Management Limited, where she chaired the Audit, Risk and Compliance Committee.
“We are absolutely delighted to have someone of Amanda’s caliber join the team,” said Peter Aish, Chief Financial Officer of Public Trust. “Amanda will help us continue to strengthen our investment portfolio while ensuring that we achieve the best possible results for our clients and clients.”
Public Trust is one of the nation’s largest charity trustees and advisors, helping more than 420 charities set up trusts and redistribute funds to communities. Its investment team manages approximately $1.2 billion in funds, primarily for charities, estate beneficiaries and students.
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