Government superannuation fund ESSSuper has appointed a new general manager of member engagement.
The $29 billion fund has appointed David Daley to the role to focus on how culture can drive success for the fund.
Mr Daley has spent almost two decades in the super space most recently overseeing contact centre operations at AustralianSuper, HESTA and Cbus.
ESSSuper chief executive Mark Puli said that Mr Daley had a passion for using technology to its full advantage to increase the impact, scale and consistency of member’s experience.
“He has a strong focus on how a high-performance culture drives success in member services,” said Mr Puli.
Mr Daley said he was eager to join the fund, saying that it had a commitment to making a difference.
“I’m excited to be working with a fund that has an unyielding and authentic commitment to making a genuine difference for members,” he said.
Mr Daley is the latest hire from ESSSuper who also recently hired Zong Aw as investments manager and Leroy D’Souza as senior investments analyst.
ESSSuper’s head of investments Daniel Selioutine welcomed the two on board and said they came at a time of significant growth for the firm.
“Zong and Leroy bring strong investment capability to the fund, which will help us continue to deliver the best possible retirement outcomes for our members," he said.
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