Today, industry superannuation fund Mine Super announced the resignation of its Chief Investment Officer David Bell. David has been employed by Mine Super since July 2014 and has been instrumental in advancing the Fund’s investment model from being consultant-led to an internally driven model.
David has always championed retirement outcomes, notably helping the Fund collaborate with the industry to develop the Members’ Default Utility Function (MDUF), an open-architecture metric to assist the industry to design retirement outcome solutions.
David is leaving the Fund to focus on the completion of his PhD on investment management at the University of New South Wales. He will remain with the Fund over the coming months while a recruitment search is undertaken.
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Mine Super is a profit to members, public offer fund dedicated to serving the retirement needs of all Australians. It employs over 180 staff and manages approximately $11b in funds for approximately 63,000 members.