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Mine Super Group CEO role changes

News | Date Posted: 23 March 2021

Today, the Mine Superannuation Fund (Mine Super) announced its Group CEO Harry Mitchell has accepted the position of Managing Director of Recreo Financial Pty Ltd (Recreo). Recreo is a financial technology company that Mine Super has held a significant investment in for a number of years. On the appointment, Mine Super Chair Grahame Kelly said:

While Harry will be greatly missed, we are delighted that he has accepted a position at Recreo to lead that company in its next stage of growth to continue to deliver better outcomes for Mine Super members. Harry has been a transformational leader during his time here at Mine Super and the Board is pleased with his accomplishments as Group CEO. We sincerely wish Harry all the best in the future.

Vasyl Nair, the current Group Deputy CEO of Mine Super, has been appointed as the Acting Group CEO until 30 June 2022. During this interim period, a process to replace the Group CEO role will be conducted by the Board (a process is in which Vasyl will participate). Vasyl has been employed by Mine Super for close to five years and has previously held its Chief Risk Officer and Chief Strategy Officer roles. Vasyl has an extensive background in law, risk and strategy, having held senior roles at some of Australia’s largest financial services institutions including Westpac and CBA.

Vasyl holds a Bachelor of Laws (Hons), Bachelor of Commerce, Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice and an Executive Master of Business Administration. He is admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW, is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and has a Certificate of Business Excellence from the Haas School of Business, University of California Berkeley.

About Mine Super
Established in 1941, Mine Super is a profit to member industry superannuation fund dedicated to serving the retirement needs of its members. With a strong commitment to its mining heritage, Mine Super employs over 200 staff and manages approximately $11.5b in funds for over 55,000 members.