Mercer Super, Victoria, revealed senior leadership for the super fund following its merger with BT Super to create a A$63 billion ($42.1 billion) plan.
The two super funds merged on Monday.
Former BT Super executive Corrin Collocott was named chief investment officer of Mercer Super and multisector, and deputy CIO of Mercer Pacific.
Mr. Collocott oversees the performance of Mercer Super's investment options and other diversified funds under Mercer Pacific. He reports to Mercer Pacific CIO Kylie Willment.
Mr. Collocott was CIO of BT Financial Group until BT Super's merger with Mercer Super.
Mercer also announced the appointment of Andrew Wallace as personal super and member experience leader at Mercer Super. He reports to CEO Tim Barber and leads the retention, growth and development of the fund's super offering. At BT, he was managing director for personal and corporate superannuation.
Alongside the completion of the merger, Mercer also finalized the acquisition of the A$27.8 billion Advance Asset Management. Mr. Collocott has been tasked with ensuring a smooth transition of Advance Asset Management's strategies into the Mercer investment framework, the statement said.
Around 350 BT Super and BT Investment Solutions employees joined Mercer as part of the merger.