Australian Government, the Australian Office of Financial Management

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Structure

The AOFM operates using six groups which are structured in a way to ensure an appropriate segregation of duties and reporting lines. These groups are supported by a human resources unit and report directly to the Chief Executive Office, Rob Nicholl.  The six groups are:

  • Treasury services, head of this group is Gerald Dodgson. This group is responsible for funding and liquidity management, deal execution and financial market and monitoring liaison;
  • Financial risk management, director of this group is Michael Bath. This group is responsible for debt strategy, portfolio management, performance analytics, credit management and risk policy, residential mortgage-backed securities investments and secondments to Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands;
  • Investor relations, head of this group is Ian Clunies-Ross. This group is responsible for client relationship management, market research and analysis, marketing and promotion and corporate communications;
  • Reporting and IT, head of this group is Andrew Johnson;
  • Finance, settlements and corporate, head of this group is Pat Raccosta; and
  • Enterprise risk management, legal and compliance, head of this group is Samantha Montenegro.

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Commonwealth Government Securities

Non-resident holdings of Commonwealth Government Securities (Treasury Bonds, Treasury Indexed Bonds, Treasury Notes)

The proportion of Commonwealth Government Securities (Treasury Bonds, Treasury Indexed Bonds and Treasury Notes) held by non-residents has risen from 68.0 per cent in the March 2013 quarter to 68.8 per cent in the June 2013 quarter.

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Treasury Bonds

Non-resident holdings of Australian Commonwealth Government Bonds (Treasury Bonds and Treasury Indexed Bonds)

The proportion of Australian Commonwealth Government Bonds (Treasury Bonds and Treasury Indexed Bonds) held by non-residents has fallen from 69.7 per cent in the March 2013 quarter to 69.4 per cent in the June 2013 quarter.

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