Charles Woodhouse, the deputy chief investment officer at the Australian Retirement Trust, Brisbane, has resigned to take up another opportunity, a spokesperson confirmed on Sept. 22.
Woodhouse has been in the role since the fund was created through the merger of QSuper and Sunsuper last year. Before the merger, he was the CIO at QSuper, where he was employed for 13 years.
After the merger, Ian Patrick, the former CIO of Sunsuper was made CIO of ART, which now has A$260 billion ($165.7 billion) in assets.
Earlier in September, the fund announced that its chief executive officer Bernard Reilly had resigned and will leave his position in February.
ART restructured its investment leadership team earlier in the year after former head of investment strategy Damian Lillicrap stepped down. The fund appointed Andrew Fisher as his replacement.