Aon Hewitt appoints head of Aon Master Trust

Aon Hewitt has internally appointed Jennifer Dean as its new head of Aon Master Trust in Australia.

Dean will be responsible for overseeing the operations and growth strategy of the superannuation fund, including member experience, investments and insurance to governance and regulatory compliance.

Dean joined Aon Hewitt in 1997, was appointed a director of Aon Superannuation in 2012, and formerly led the internal office of the trustee function for Aon Superannuation responsible governance, risk management, operations, and compliance of the board and all its sub-committees.

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Aon Hewitt Pacific chief executive, Steven Gaffney, said: "We are excited to have Jennifer take on this new role, especially as we go through the next stage of evolution, focused on re-framing our offering to ensure critical market and client relevance".

"Jennifer's intellect and passion for the industry will drive a new way of delivering the Trust to the market — with the client always top of mind," Gaffney said.

Dean said she was excited to be leading Aon Master Trust during a period of growth and change as it implemented its broader retirement and investment strategy.

"Our relationships with key strategic partners will also be vital to implement collaborative solutions as the concept of work and retirement evolves," she said.

Dean's predecessor, Janice Sengupta, has been appointed as head of Aon Investment Solutions for Asia Pacific and remained a director of Aon Master Trust.




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