Today, industry superannuation fund Mine Super announced the appointment of Seamus Collins to the role of Chief Investment Officer (CIO). The permanent appointment comes after Seamus successfully took on the Acting CIO role following David Bell’s departure in December 2018.
Seamus joined the Fund in November 2017 as Executive Manager, Portfolio Implementation following over a decade with JP Morgan Chase Bank N.A. in their superannuation segments, as well as various senior management roles with the Australian Securities Exchange and Australian Stock Exchange.
The appointment to Chief Investment Officer solidifies Seamus’s already strong performance in guiding the investment strategy for the Fund, and recognises the significant experience he brings to Mine Super and its members.
Of the appointment, Seamus said “I am extremely honored to be given this opportunity to oversee the investment outcomes for the members of Mine Super. Joining the leadership team of a Fund with such a deep connection to its members is a great responsibility and I look forward to building upon these strong foundations.”
The appointment is effective Monday 1 April 2019.
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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.