The $1 billion Australian Meat Industry Superannuation Trust (AMIST) has hired its first chief investment officer.
A former investment officer at Non-Government Schools Superannuation fund (NGS Super), Megan Pham, started at AMIST last week.
The chief executive of AMIST, John Livanas, said Pham had arrived in the midst of a major portfolio review, being assisted by the industry fund’s asset consulting, JANA Investment Advisors.
The chief executive of NGS Super, Anthony Rodwell-Ball, was unavailable for comment at presstime about whether Pham would be replaced. Tim Hughes is an investment counsel for NGS Super.