TelstraSuper has appointed a chief risk officer who recently joined from Colonial First State.
Sabine Taylor was initially named the corporate super fund's interim chief risk officer in February. She will transition to the permanent role immediately.
Prior to TelstraSuper, Taylor was head of wrap operations at Colonial First State for nearly two years. She also held senior roles at CBA as executive manager of risk and compliance, and advice review.
Her superannuation and wealth management experience includes working in organisations such as UniSuper, MLC and AMP. Risk, compliance, operations, governance, fraud and security are some of Taylor's area of expertise.
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Chief executive Chris Davies said: "We're pleased to appoint someone of such calibre and look forward to working with her to ensure any form of risk that the fund and members are exposed to are appropriately managed."
The $21 billion corporate super fund recently named Anne-Marie Corboy as chair.
Corboy, a former HESTA chief executive, will take her post at TelstraSuper this July.
She replaces David Leggo, who has been a long-serving board member.