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Telstra Super names new CIO

Telstra Super names new CIO

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Telstra Super has appointed former Willis Towers Watson executive Graeme Miller as its new chief investment officer.

Graeme Miller will depart his role as the director of investment services at Willis Towers Watson to assume the position of chief investment officer at Telstra Super in May.

“We could not be more excited with this appointment,” Telstra Super chief executive officer Chris Davies said.

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Mr Miller will leave Willis Towers Watson after 16 years with the company.

“While we will obviously miss Graeme, he leaves behind an incredibly strong team and his move is testament to the high quality of our people,” Willis Towers Watson managing director Andrew Boal said

The company said Mr Miller’s replacement is currently being sought. Martin Goss, head of client consulting at Willis Towers Watson, will assume Mr Miller’s responsibilities in the interim. 

“We will consider not only our deep pool of internal leaders, but this is also an opportunity to consider external candidates,” Mr Boal said.

“Martin will work closely with Graeme and senior colleagues in Australia and globally to ensure a smooth transition for our clients and our people.” 

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