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Super fund investment chief departsBY KARREN VERGARA | WEDNESDAY, 6 MAR 2019 12:32PM
The chief investment officer of a $9 billion superannuation fund has resigned.
Read more: Tasplan, Ian Lundy, Dr Lundy for, Naomi Edwards, Australia, Cbus, Forte Investment Advisors, Retirement Benefits Fund, Russell Investments, Tasmanians, Trish Donohue
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