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Mine Wealth + Wellbeing announces new CEO

Mine Wealth + Wellbeing announces new CEO

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Industry fund Mine Wealth + Wellbeing has appointed a new chief executive officer.

Harry Mitchell will join Mine Wealth + Wellbeing as its chief executive on 2 May, taking over from interim chief executive Nicole Killen.

Ms Killen assumed the position following the departure of Bruce Watson in February. Mr Mitchell joins the industry fund from Commonwealth Financial Planning (CFP) where he served as its general manager.

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Mine Wealth + Wellbeing chair Grahame Kelly said after a “robust” recruitment process, Mr Mitchell’s appointment was “unanimous” among board members.

“Harry meets the board’s goal of a CEO who is aligned to the culture and values, and has a dedicated commitment to building ongoing member benefits,” Mr Kelly said.

“His proven ability to lead large teams, transform businesses and execute strategic imperatives will help Mine Wealth + Wellbeing further differentiate and expand.”

Commenting on his appointment, Mr Mitchell said, “I look forward to working with everyone at the fund to further innovate and drive greater value for members.”

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