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Accident Compensation Corporation

Established in April 1974, the Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) is mandated by the government to provide insurance coverage on personal accidents to local residents and tourists visiting New Zealand. It provides a range of services for individuals suffering injuries, including contributions towards treatment, help around the home, and income assistance. These services add to ACC’s continuing efforts in preventing injury occurrences in the country.


New Zealand



Performance (%, 1YR)


Chief Executive

Megan Main

Chief Investment Officer

Paul Dyer


Steve Maharey

Asset allocation

22% NZ Bonds

25% NZ Inflation Linked Bonds

3% Global Bonds

8% NZ Equity

3% Aus Equity

24% Global Equity

6% Private Markets

3% Listed Infrastructure & Property

6% Reserves Cash and Currency Overlay related articles

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