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We’re committed to providing members with peace of mind.
Working with a wide range of stakeholders, we create meaningful value for members and our communities. Our diverse workforce of highly-competent and highly-motivated employees are supported by our Executive Team and Board of Directors.
Meet our Executive Team
Led by Ian Silk, the Executive team ensures that our business strategy is implemented effectively so we can achieve our goal of providing the best possible outcome for members.
'Providing members with the best possible retirement is all that matters.'
Ian Silk was appointed Chief Executive of AustralianSuper on 1 July 2006 and is responsible for the leadership and strategic direction of the fund and the provision of advice to the board. Ian is a Director and President of the Australian Council of Superannuation Investors (ACSI), a Director of Industry Super Australia and a Director of Basketball Australia. He holds a Bachelor of Economics, a Diploma of Financial Services (Financial Planning) and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Labour Relations Law.
Deputy Chief Executive and Chief Investment Officer
'Making sure we deliver strong long term returns to members is our goal.'
Mark is the Deputy Chief Executive and Chief Investments Officer of AustralianSuper, acting as an advisor to the board, developing and implementing investment strategies, and managing the work of AustralianSuper's investment advisers. Mark was the Chief Executive of the Superannuation Trust of Australia (STA) for three years before the merger with ARF to form AustralianSuper. Prior to AustralianSuper, Mark worked for 14 years at National Mutual/AXA, moving his way through the company from Economist to Senior Manager of Investment Services. He previously spent four years working as an economist in the Federal Department of Treasury. He is currently a Director on the IFM Investor Advisory Board. Mark has a Bachelor of Economics (Hons) and holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation. Mark started in the role of Deputy Chief Executive and Chief Investment Officer of AustralianSuper on 1 July 2006.
Group Executive, Finance and Operations
Peter is responsible for the management of finance, legal and investment operations at an organisational level, a role he commenced on 5 August 2019. Peter joined AustralianSuper in 2006 as the Head of Investment Operations where he was responsible for ensuring the investment strategy of AustralianSuper was implemented in an efficient and cost effective manner. He worked directly with the Chief Investment Officer on strategy to ensure the appropriate capability, resources and expertise is in place to meet the rapid growth trajectory of the AustralianSuper investment portfolio. Before joining AustralianSuper Peter held a number of senior roles with National Custodian Services (National Australia Bank) including the Head of Product Development and Head of Financial Reporting and prior to that with National Investment Services and County NatWest Australia Investment Limited as the Head of Corporate Services and Head of Finance and Administration respectively. Peter holds a Bachelor of Commerce from University of Melbourne and has completed his Professional Year.
Group Executive, Membership
'We're leveraging our size and scale to deliver a future that really matters to members.'
Rose is responsible for AustralianSuper's Membership group, which manages relationships with businesses and unions and develops the right strategies to effectively attract members today and into the future. Rose joined AustralianSuper in 2010 and became the State Manager of Western Australia, managing the merger with Westscheme in 2011. She was then appointed to the position of General Manager Growth in August 2013 before moving to her current role on 5 December 2016. She was previously a National Director at the Finance Sector Union of Australia. Rose holds a Bachelor of Economics (Social Sciences) from the University of Sydney, a Diploma of Financial Planning and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (Company Directors CourseTM). Rose has also completed an Executive Leadership course at the University of Melbourne.
Group Executive, Member Experience
''We care about our members and employers and we’re here to help and make things easy for them."
In this role, Shawn oversees the provision of super, retirement and insurance services to members and employers with the aim of delivering the highest quality experience through all our channels. In addition to the management of the Fund’s operations function, his team is responsible for the management of AustralianSuper’s customer platforms and project delivery. These platforms help members, employers and advisers to easily access the Fund’s products and services. Prior to this role, Shawn held the position of General Manager of Operations at AustralianSuper. Shawn also has more than 18 years financial services experience with roles in operations, product, administration and sales for companies including BT Financial Group, Perpetual and has worked at the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. Shawn holds a Bachelor of Economics, and a Graduate Diploma of Applied Finance & Investment. Shawn was appointed a Group Executive on 1 July 2013.
Group Executive, People and Culture
'Our aim is to have an engaged workforce which consistently delivers outstanding results for members.'
Responsible for the oversight of the People and Culture function, Michele and her team are key enablers of the fund’s business strategy. AustralianSuper has grown significantly in size and complexity since its formation in 2006. Over that time, the People & Culture team has evolved to support the increasingly sophisticated people and organisational needs across the fund. Michele joined AustralianSuper on 25 July 2018 from her former position as People and Culture Leader, Pacific at Mercer - a leading financial services organisation employing over 2,000 staff. Michele has been directly involved in and led work in all areas of People and Culture at Mercer, with a focus on employee engagement initiatives, acquisitions, business partnerships and diversity. As a member of the Pacific leadership team at Mercer, as well as an Executive Director on some of Mercer’s boards, Michele has been involved in the development and monitoring of the business strategy of the organisation. Prior to Mercer, Michele was a Principal Consultant at Cullen Egan Dell. Michele holds a Graduate Diploma in Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management from RMIT.
Chief Risk Officer
'We're focused on understanding and effectively managing risk to deepen confidence and trust in the Fund.'
Paul is the Fund’s first Chief Risk Officer. He has responsibility for the Fund’s Risk Framework including the Fund’s Risk Appetite, Risk Governance and Management Plans and Risk Culture. He is responsible for the Fund’s relationships with key regulators (in particular APRA and ASIC) and for the Fund’s Risk and Compliance team. Paul was appointed Chief Risk Officer on 28 October 2019 having joined AustralianSuper in 2007. He was Group Executive Membership from 2013-2016 before taking on the role of Group Executive Strategy, Brand & Reputation from 2016-2019. Prior to joining AustralianSuper he was the National Secretary of the Finance Sector Union of Australia. He is a Director of SuperFriend – the industry fund Mental Health Foundation. Paul holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Melbourne and was awarded the Shell exhibition prize for Labour economics. He also holds a diploma in Financial Planning.
Group Executive, Strategy Brand & Reputation (Acting)
'We're focused on meeting member needs and building community confidence.'
Sarah is responsible for leading the range of functions that set the strategic direction of the Fund by understanding member needs, where to deliver value and how to build confidence. She leads a team that advocates for the best possible member outcomes and works together to deliver the Fund’s strategic outcomes. Sarah is also responsible for ensuring members have access to the most cost-effective life insurance possible to help them secure their futures. Sarah joined AustralianSuper in 2006 and has had a number of senior roles spanning strategy and planning, business development, data, analysis, finance and transformation. Sarah was appointed to the acting position on 28 October 2019. Prior to joining AustralianSuper Sarah was in a senior role at BHP Group Ltd in the Corporate Financial Planning & Analysis Team, focused on implementing a wide-ranging transaction program including the divestiture of non-core assets which resulted in a strong basis for growth for the future. Her role focused on transactions, portfolio valuation, benchmarking and business planning. Sarah holds both a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Accounting from Monash University. She also holds a diploma in Financial Planning and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (Company Directors CourseTM).
Group Executive, Technology Services
'A seamless technology service helps our people deliver great outcomes for members.’
Felicia is responsible for the IT strategy and technology platforms that support and facilitate the business strategy of AustralianSuper. Her significant commercial experience is complemented by extensive technology, innovation and leadership skills. Felicia has spent over two decades working across the globe in senior roles with Deloitte, Microsoft, and Accenture, and most recently at ANZ in Melbourne. Felicia's roles at ANZ have included General Manager (Technology Australia), Global Head of Technology (Corporate Commercial Banking), Head of Strategy and Business Optimisation (Corporate Commercial Banking), and Head of Emerging Technology Labs. Her qualifications include a Bachelor of Economics from the Australian National University and post graduate studies at the University of New South Wales, Cranfield School of Management (UK) and MIT (US). Felicia joined AustralianSuper as the Group Executive Technology Services on 23 July 2018.
Meet our Board of Directors
Our Board is responsible for the overall governance and strategic direction of AustralianSuper. It’s their role to ensure that we meet our obligations to members, employers and shareholders – and comply with super legislation.
Dr Don Russell
Dr Don Russell was jointly appointed by ACTU Super Shareholding Pty Ltd and the Ai Group as an Independent Director of the Board on 2 May 2019. He was appointed Chair of the AustralianSuper Board on 26 September 2019. Since June 2018 Dr Russell has been a director of the Centre for Policy Development. Previous directorships include with CSIRO and Chair of State Super. Until 2018 Dr Russell was the Chief Executive of the South Australian Department of the Premier and Cabinet. Prior to that he was the Chief Executive of the Department of State Development, a role he commenced in 2014. Previous roles include Secretary of the Federal Department of Industry, Innovation, Climate Change, Science, Research and Tertiary Education; senior roles at BNY Mellon Asset Management Australia and Sanford C Bernstein, as well as a consultant to the World Bank, Bankers Trust, Westpac and as a Counsellor in the Australian delegation to the OECD in Paris. Between 1993 and 1995 Don served as Australia's Ambassador to the USA in Washington and between 1985 and 1993, and again in 1996, he was Principal Adviser to the Hon Paul Keating both during his time as Treasurer and Prime Minister. Don has a PhD from the London School of Economics, a MEc from ANU and a BEc (Hons) (First) from Flinders University as well as the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.
Deputy Chair, Member Director
Dave Oliver is a Member Director appointed by ACTU Super Shareholding Pty Ltd. He joined the AustralianSuper Board on 1 July 2007 and was appointed Deputy Chair in August 2014. Previous roles include Secretary of the ACTU from 2012-2017, after serving the Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union (AMWU) for more than 20 years, including holding the position of National Secretary. Dave established, and is Chair of the National Entitlement Security Trust (NEST). He has been a director of Industry Super Australia Pty Ltd, Union Education Foundation Limited and is a past member of the Defence Industry Innovation Board, the Future Manufacturing Industry Innovation Council, the National Economic Reform Panel, the National Resource Sector Employment Taskforce, the National Workplace Relations Consultative Council and the Resources Sector Skills Taskforce Sub Committee.
Julia Angrisano is a Member Director appointed by ACTU Super Shareholding Pty Ltd as a Director of the Board on 30 August 2017. Julia had previously been appointed as an Alternate Director in December 2016. Julia is the National Secretary of the Finance Sector Union, where she has held various roles for over 15 years, and is a member of the ACTU Executive. Other directorships that Julia currently holds include FSU Property Trust Pty Ltd, ACTU Member Connect and is a member of the Industry Reference Committee for Financial Services. Julia holds a Bachelor of Arts, Political Economy, from the University of Sydney.
Paul Bastian is a Member Director appointed by ACTU Super Shareholding Pty Ltd. He joined the AustralianSuper Board on 5 April 2013. Paul was elected to the position of National Secretary of the Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union (AMWU) in 2012, having previously held the position of National President since 2009. From 1997 to 2009 Paul was State Secretary of the AMWU NSW Branch. Paul is a shipwright by trade and holds a Bachelor of Law (Honours) from the University of Technology, Sydney.
Gabrielle Coyne is an Employer Director appointed by the Ai Group as a Director of the Board on 30 August 2017. Gabrielle was most recently the Chief Executive of Penguin Random House Asia Pacific. Other directorships that Gabrielle currently holds include Cool Australia and the Aēsop Foundation and consults in the Policy and Impact team at RMIT University. Previous directorships include the Wheeler Centre, Pearson Education Australia, Australian Industry Group Graduate Employment Service, Australian Publishers Association, Melbourne Writers Festival and the Australian Book Review. Gabrielle holds a Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations from RMIT University, Melbourne; and has completed a Trustee Director Course with AIST.
Jim Craig was jointly appointed by ACTU Super Shareholding Pty Ltd and the Ai Group as Independent Director of the Board, and Chair of the Investment Committee, on 2 March 2017. Jim has been a member of the Investment Committee since 15 June 2016. Previously, Jim has held a number of senior roles within Macquarie Group Limited in the resources, infrastructure and fund management areas, including leading Macquarie’s businesses in Europe from 2003–2008. He was Chairman of Macquarie Capital (Melbourne) from 2008-2014. Since retiring from Macquarie, Jim has taken up a number of directorships including Australian United Investment Company Limited, Cellcare Australia Pty Ltd and River Capital Pty. Jim holds a Bachelor of Economics and a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) from Adelaide University and a Master of Laws from the University of Melbourne.
Brian Daley is a Member Director appointed by ACTU Super Shareholding Pty Ltd. He joined AustralianSuper’s Board on 1 July 2006 and was previously a Director of one of AustralianSuper’s predecessor funds, the Australian Retirement Fund (ARF), from 1991-2006. Brian has served as an Official for United Voice from 1985-2015 including in capacities of the Union’s Victorian Secretary, National President and National Officer (Superannuation). United Voice is a long-term supporter of AustralianSuper and many of its members, including in industries like the cleaning and security, are members of AustralianSuper. Brian has been actively involved in industry superannuation since the recognition of superannuation as an industrial issue in the 1980’s. Brian is a Director of ISPT and is on the Industry Superannuation Australia Advisory Council. His industry involvement has included service as a former Director of Host Plus (1990-2015), IFS (1996-2006), AIST and ASFA. Brian holds a Bachelor of Mathematics from the University of Newcastle.
Lucio Di Bartolomeo
Lucio Di Bartolomeo is an Employer Director appointed by the Ai Group. He joined the AustralianSuper Board on 31 March 2008. Lucio is currently Chair of Australia Post, Chair of Australian Naval Infrastructure Pty Ltd, Chair of Northwest Rapid Transit, Chair of Health Infrastructure NSW and a Director of Moorebank Intermodal Company. His previous experience includes Chair of Macquarie Generation, Director of Frontier, Managing Director of ADI Limited and Country Director of Thales Australia. Lucio has held several senior positions within the transport industry including Managing Director of FreightCorp and President of the Australasian Railway Association. Lucio is a qualified civil engineer and has a Master's degree in Engineering Science from the University of NSW.
John Dixon is an Employer Director appointed by the Ai Group on 26 September 2019. John has more than 35 years’ experience as a CEO or executive and non-executive director, predominately within the logistics and services sector. His previous experience includes, Executive Director/COO Linfox, Executive Director/COO Skilled Engineering, Managing Director Westgate Logistics, Managing Director Silk Logistics Group and Chair of a privately owned transport company. For many years John has supported the charity Young Endeavour Youth Scheme and is a member of the schemes advisory board. John is a member of FAICD and a non-executive director of AiGroup.
Claire Keating is an Employer Director appointed by the Ai Group as Director of the Board on 1 January 2020. Claire is a chartered accountant with over twenty-five years’ experience specialising in superannuation and funds management. She was previously a partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers where she held a number of management roles including leading PwC’s Financial Services Assurance Practice in Melbourne. Other directorships that Claire currently holds include Yooralla, Victorian Managed Insurance Authority, SAS Trustees Corporation, and Charter Hall Direct Property Management Limited. Claire is a board member of the Judicial Commission of Victoria. She was previously a Director of Care Super. Claire holds a Bachelor of Business (accountancy) from RMIT, and a Diploma of Superannuation Management from ASFA & Macquarie University. In 2015 Claire became a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Daniel Walton is a Member Director appointed by ACTU Super Shareholding Pty Ltd as a Director of the Board on 15 December 2016. Daniel was elected to the position of National Secretary of the Australian Workers’ Union (AWU) in November 2016, having previously held the positions of Assistant National Secretary, National Vice President and the National Campaigns and Organising Coordinator. The AWU is Australia’s oldest and largest blue-collar trade union representing over 85,000 working men and women and their families. He is currently a director of Chifley Financial Services and The McKell Institute. Daniel is currently studying for an MBA at the AGSM, UNSW Business School.
Innes Willox is an Employer Director appointed by the Ai Group as a Director of the Board on 9 December 2014. Innes is Chief Executive of the Ai Group, a leading industry organisation, representing businesses in a broad range of sectors including manufacturing, construction and transport. Innes was appointed Chief Executive in May 2012. His current board appointments include - Director of Australian Super, Director of the Innovative Manufacturing Co-operative Research Centre, Chair of the Migration Council of Australia, Chair of the Ministerial Advisory Committee on Skilled Migration and Chair of the RMIT College of Business Industry Advisory Board. Innes served as the Australian Consul General to Los Angeles from 2006 to 2008. He was Chief of Staff to the Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs, Alexander Downer, from 2004 to 2006. Earlier, Innes held a number of private sector and government positions including Manager of Global Public Affairs for Singapore Airlines based in Singapore (2000-04). Innes began his working career as a journalist. His positions included Chief of Staff at The Age newspaper in Melbourne and Chief Political Correspondent for The Age in the Canberra Parliamentary Press Gallery. Innes was educated at Melbourne High School; Monash University (BA History and Politics); and Edinburgh Business School.
Nixon Apple was appointed by ACTU Super Shareholding Pty Ltd as Alternate Director to Paul Bastian on 27 August 2013 and has been a Member of the Investment Committee since 1 July 2006. Nixon has served on the AustralianSuper Board as a Director and Alternate Director since 1 July 2006. Prior to that he served on the Board of STA and its Investment Committee from 1998. He brings a wealth of experience to the Investment Committee having worked as a Director at the Australian Trade Commission and the National Institute of Economic and Industry Research, along with a depth of experience with the ACTU including roles as the Industry and Investment Policy Adviser and as a research officer. Nixon is a strong advocate of industry superannuation funds. He has also been published widely on economic and industry development issues. Nixon holds a Bachelor of Arts degree (with Honours) and a Masters in Arts both from Carleton University Ottawa Ontario Canada.
Dr Peter Burn
Peter Burn was appointed by the Ai Group as Alternate Director for Innes Willox on 23 February 2015 and has been a member of AustralianSuper's Investment Committee since 29 May 2009. Peter is Director – Public Policy at the Ai Group. His responsibilities range across Ai Group’s public policy interests including environment and climate policy; taxation; innovation; infrastructure; industry policy and business regulation. Prior to joining Ai Group Peter was a Policy Director at the Business Council of Australia. He has also held a number of academic posts after beginning his professional career in the Commonwealth Treasury. Peter has a Bachelor of Economics from the University of New England and completed a PhD in Economics at the University of New South Wales.
Brad Crofts was appointed by ACTU Super Shareholding Pty Ltd as an Alternate Director for Daniel Walton on 26 August 2014. He is a member of AustralianSuper's Investment Committee and Audit, Compliance and Risk Management Committee. He served as AWU’s nominee to the board of Prime Super between 2010 and 2013 as both deputy chairman and chair of its Investment Committee. Prior to this Brad spent many years as a policy maker with both the Victorian and Commonwealth Governments and as economist with the AWU. Brad completed a first class honours degree in economics at the University of Queensland. Brad has an established consultancy practice. In 2015 Brad became a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Anne Flanagan was appointed by the Ai Group as an Alternate Director for Lucio Di Bartolomeo on 26 October 2015. She is a member of the Audit Compliance & Risk Management Committee. Anne is a Chartered Accountant with over 20 years’ experience in accounting and financial and general management both in the UK with KPMG and Price Waterhouse, and in Australia with ANZ Banking Group and RACV. Previously Anne was a Superpartners Director and Chair of the Audit, Risk and Compliance Committee from 2006 to 2010. She was the Chief Financial Officer of RACV from 2001 to 2019 and a Trustee Director of the RACV Superannuation Fund from 2006 to 2009. Anne is a member of the National Executive of the GlOO, the peak body for CFO's. She holds a Bachelor of Science from the London School of Economics.
Sheena was appointed by the Ai Group as Alternate Director for Gabrielle Coyne and member of the Audit, Compliance & Risk Management Committee on 25 January 2018. Sheena is a chartered accountant and chartered tax advisor with almost 30 years’ experience in the financial services industry with a particular focus on the superannuation and funds management sectors. Her expertise includes financial governance and risk management and an understanding of superannuation member engagement and international investment. She was previously a senior partner of KPMG Australia until 2014 and a Director of MannaCare Inc until April 2019. Sheena holds a Bachelor of Accountancy and a Higher Diploma in Tax Law, both from the University of the Witwatersrand. Sheena is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees and holds an RG146 for the Superannuation Industry.
Michele O’Neil was appointed by ACTU Super Shareholding Pty Ltd as Alternate Director for Dave Oliver on 27 August 2013. Michele was appointed President of the ACTU in July 2018 and is a member of the ACTU Executive. Other current roles include Executive Member of the Global Union Federation IndustriALL and is Co-chair of the Asia Pacific Region and the Global Women's Committee. She is Director of Manufacturing Skills Australia, and Secretary and committee member of the national joint Union/Industry body, Ethical Clothing Australia. Michele was formerly the CFMEU Vice President and TCF National Secretary of the CFMEU Manufacturing Division. She had also been appointed by Government to represent the industry and Union on a variety of Government bodies including the National TCF Innovation Council and the Victorian Industry Manufacturing Council which advise Government on manufacturing policy.
Carmen Pace was appointed by ACTU Super Shareholding Pty Ltd as Alternate Director for Julia Angrisano on 30 August 2017. Carmen is currently the Operations Director at the Australian Council of Trade Unions. She is currently a Councillor on the Eastern Metropolitan Regional Council Adult & Community Further Education Advisory Board. Previous board positions include Melbourne Organisation for Business and Enterprise. Carmen holds a Masters of Business Administration from Swinburne University.
Heather Ridout was appointed by the Ai Group as an Alternate Director for John Dixon and as a member of the Investment Committee in September 2019. Prior to this Heather was a Director of the AustralianSuper Board since July 2007 and Chair from April 2013 to September 2019. Heather is a company director with a long history as a leading figure in the public policy debate in Australia. She is a Director of Sims Limited and ASX Ltd. Other appointments include member of the Boards of: the Australian Chamber Orchestra and the Advance Global Advisory Board. Heather has been a delegate to the B20, the key business advisory body to the international economic forum which includes business leaders from all G20 economies. Her previous appointments include: board member of the Reserve Bank of Australia, member of the Henry Tax Review panel, board member of Infrastructure Australia, Australian Workforce and Productivity Agency, Climate Change Authority, member of the National Workplace Relations Consultative Committee, and the Prime Minister’s Taskforce on Manufacturing. In 2014 Heather was made an Officer in the general division of the Order of Australia. She holds a Bachelor of Economics (honours) from the University of Sydney and has been awarded an honorary Doctor of Business from Macquarie University and the University of Ballarat.
Jo-anne Schofield was appointed by ACTU Super Shareholding Pty Ltd as Alternate Director for Brian Daley on 12 December 2019. Jo-anne is currently the National President of the United Workers Union and ACTU Vice President, having previously held a number of roles at the United Voice Union (and its predecessor union, the LHMU) including the positions of National Secretary and President. Prior to joining United Voice Jo-anne was Executive Director of Catalyst Australia, and was Manager Superannuation Legal and Executive Services in the NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet. Jo-anne is currently a Director of the ACTU Member Connect Board. Previous directorships include a Ministerial appointment on the NSW TAFE Advisory Board, the Australian Retirement Fund, and was Deputy Chair of the Property Services Industry Training Board. Jo-anne holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) from the University of NSW.
George Stamas was appointed by the Ai Group as Alternate Director for Grahame Willis on 11 February 2012. He has over 40 years’ experience in corporate governance, corporate social responsibility, financial management, large scale business development and expansion. He has held senior corporate roles with Mayne Nickless, Electrolux & Tempo services. He is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management, Board Director of Facility Management Association of Australia, National President of Building Service Contractors Association of Australia and Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Since 1987 George has held the position of Managing Director at GJK Facility Services and Director of GJK Indigenous Solutions. He is also a member of numerous community and charitable organisations. George holds a Diploma of Marketing from the Australian Institute of Management.
Russell Maddox has been a member of AustralianSuper’s Investment Committee since 15 July 2014. Russell is an experienced investor who has experience across a range of asset classes. Russell was the Chief Investment Officer at Merrill Lynch/BlackRock Investment Management (Australia) Ltd from 2004 to 2012 responsible for managing multi-asset portfolios within BlackRock. He joined BlackRock in 2000 as the Head of Australian Fixed Income and moved to London in 2001 to head up the Global Fixed Income team for Merrill Lynch. Prior to this Russell worked at Macquarie Investment Management in various investment roles and Credit Suisse First Boston as the Head of Fixed Interest Research. He also worked as an economist for various banking institutions before moving into investment related roles with fund managers. Russell began his career with the Australian Commonwealth Treasury in Canberra after obtaining an Honours Degree in Economics from Monash University.
Stephanie Weston was appointed as a member of the Investment Committee on 19 May 2015. Stephanie has wide ranging experience in the Australian financial market, with a career spanning central banking, investment consulting and the financial services sector. Stephanie has held senior roles at AMP Financial Services and Mercer. A large part of her early career was spent at the Reserve Bank of Australia, where, among other roles, she was the Deputy Chief Representative of the Bank’s European Office managing the foreign currency reserves portfolio. Stephanie holds a Bachelor of Economics (Honours) and a Graduate Diploma in Accounting.