VicSuper appoints new CIO

VicSuper appointments chief investment officer

9 November 2016
| By Staff |
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Victorian-based superannuation fund, VicSuper, has appointed a new chief investment officer.

The fund announced last week it had appointed Andrew Howard to replace long-serving Oscar Fabian who retired earlier this year.

It said Howard had over 20 years' experience in the investment industry, having recently served in chief investment officer roles at Pacific Current Group and Mercer.

The CIO role is responsible for leading the investment strategy and portfolio management for the fund which has almost $17 billion in assets.

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