Crown Financial Institutions
Page updated 18 Sep 2012
Overview of information about Crown Financial Institutions (CFIs) on the Treasury web site and the Treasury's role in monitoring their performance.
Crown Financial Institutions (CFIs) are Crown entities that have specific responsibilities relating to the management and investment of significant Crown financial assets.
The Treasury's Crown Ownership Monitoring Unit (COMU) monitors the following entities:
- Guardians of the New Zealand Superannuation Fund
- Government Superannuation Fund Authority (GSFA)
- Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC)
- Earthquake Commission (EQC)
- National Provident Fund (NPF)
- Public Trust
- New Zealand Post
- Crown Forestry Rental Trust
The Treasury monitors the performance and governance of the CFIs, and provides advice to the Minister of Finance who is the Minister responsible for the CFIs.
Quarterly Monitoring Reports
COMU periodically releases quarterly monitoring reports it prepares on the performance of five CFIs: New Zealand Superannuation Fund (NZSF), Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC), Earthquake Commission (EQC), Government Superannuation Fund (GSF) and National Provident Fund (NPF).
Reports and other material from reviews of the Crown entities that manage Crown financial assets:
- Review of the Earthquake Commission Act
- Review of the Government Superannuation Fund Authority
- Review of the Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation
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