Willis Towers Watson adds to team

Willis Towers Watson has added to its Sydney consultancy team.

The company announced this week it had appointed Sue Brake as a senior investment consultant, based in Sydney.

Confirming the appointment, director of investments for Willis Towers Watson in Australia, Martin Goss, said Brake had specialist experience in organisational design and governance, strategy and portfolio construction.

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"Sue has over 20 years of extensive investment experience and we are looking forward to the value she will be able to provide to our clients, especially her insights on organisational design and governance, which remain high on the agenda for institutional investors," he said.

Brake joined Willis Towers Watson after seven years at NZ Super, where she had responsibility for the fund's long-term investment strategy and the design and build of its investment portfolio. Previously she held senior financial market roles in Australia and New Zealand, including head of capital markets for NAB, and head of capital and risk management for BNZ Wholesale.




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