Energy Super restructures leadership

By Killian Plastow
 — 1 minute read

Industry super fund Energy Super has created three new executive positions as part of a restructure of the fund's operations.

Energy Super chief executive Robyn Petrou said the three new roles were created to help grow several areas of the fund.

“Energy Super’s priority is, and always will be, to protect our members’ best interests, and these new managerial roles will further streamline our existing operations,” Ms Petrou said.


The three roles – all general manager positions – will address specific areas of the business: strategy development, member engagement and development, and digital transformation and analytics.

Michael Abbott and Phil McCarthy, both formerly of QSuper, will take on the roles of general manager of strategy and general manager of member engagement and development respectively, with the former Queensland Department of Justice's director of digital, David Beal, moving into the general manager of digital transformation and analytics role.

“With almost 70 years’ combined experience across the energy, finance and government sectors, Michael, Phil and David bring substantial expertise in member service delivery and communication, technology, and strategic growth,” Ms Petrou said.

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