Graeme Miller will join Telstra Super as chief investment officer in May, said a news release by the A$17 billion ($13 billion) Melbourne-based corporate superannuation fund.
Mr. Miller will replace Jim Christensen, who left at the end of 2015 to join Brisbane-based QIC as managing director, global multiasset.
Mr. Miller will come to Telstra from Willis Towers Watson, where he served as director of investment services for Australia. A spokeswoman for Willis Towers Watson said Martin Goss, head of Willis Towers Watson’s Australian client consulting team and chair of its Australian investment committee, will take on Mr. Miller’s responsibilities on an interim basis.
In a Willis Towers Watson news release, Andrew Boal, Melbourne-based managing director, said a search for a permanent replacement has commenced, and both external and internal candidates will be considered.