Mercer appoints new CIO

NSW Treasury Corporation executive, Kylie Willment will wrap up 17 years with the government to take on the role of chief investment officer with Mercer, effective 25 October 2017.

Commenting on the appointment, Mercer institutional wealth leader, Pacific, Simon Eagleton, said: “Kylie brings with her an impressive set of skills and experience in all aspects of institutional investing; she has a passion for aligning investment strategy with investor needs.”

“Kylie’s experience in designing and managing investment solutions that consistently meet long-term investors’ needs will further differentiate our team.”

Willment is also the current director of the Investment Management Consultants Association (IMCA) Australia.

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