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Merged Queensland mega-fund reveals executive lineup

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The final executive team for the merged QSuper and Sunsuper has been revealed after the final two slots were filled.

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The $200 billion merged fund, led by chief executive Bernard Reilly, will be the nation’s second biggest behind AustralianSuper and could vie with Suncorp as the state’s biggest business entity.

The fund, which has yet to reveal its merged name, has appointed Anthony Rose as chief financial officer and Helen Jackson has been appointed chief people officer.

In the statement the fund said Rose was a highly-skilled CFO with more than 30 years’ experience in financial services with roles at Bank of Queensland, Suncorp Bank, Citi Australia, Merrill Lynch Australia, and most recently, Credit Suisse Australia.

Jackson has worked at Queensland Rail, Westpac, Ernst & Young, the NSW Government, and most recently at Advisian, a business line of Worley Group.

It said a start date for Rose was still being finalised while Jackson has already started.

Reilly said both appointees have impressive backgrounds and bring strong commercial experience to the roles.

“At merger, we will be Australia’s second largest superannuation fund with two million members, and we have created a leadership team equipped to serve their needs,” Reilly said.

“These appointments are another important step in setting up our merged fund for success and the board and I are confident this executive team is well placed to deliver for our members and our people.”

The executive team members of the merged fund will be:  CEO Bernard Reilly, CFO Anthony Rose, chief growth officer Dave Woodall, chief investment officer Ian Patrick, chief member officer Karin Muller, chief people officer Helen Jackson • chief of QInsure Phil Fraser • chief risk officer Anne Browne, chief strategy officer Teifi Whatley, chief technology officer Rod Greenaway, general counsel Deanne Wilden.

 

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