Coal industry-focused superannuation fund, Mine Wealth + Wellbeing has announced the completion of the expansion of its investment team.
The fund announced that Dr Marius Matei had joined the team as a Senior Quantitative Analyst (Asset Allocation), Dr Adam Shao had joined as a Senior Quantative Analyst (Retirement Outcomes), Winnie Ramos had joined as an Investment Operations Analyst, Paul Ranocchiari had joined as a Senior Investment Analyst and Robert Graham-Smith had joined as a Senior Investment Analyst.
Dr Matei joined from the University of Tasmania, while Dr Shao joined from the University of NSW, while Ramos was formerly with AMP Capital and Ranocchiari had joined from Barwon Capital. Graham-Smith was previously with Perpetual.
Mine Wealth + Wellbeing chief investment officer, David Bell described the expanded team structure as being unique in that houses traditional investment activities, as well as investment operations and retirement outcome research.
"This creates a strong platform for delivering retirement outcomes for our members," he said.