Mary Jane Fallon

Governance

The challenge of assessing advice: NGS Super chair, Dick Shearman

Dick Shearman, chair of NGS Super talks to Investment Magazine about investment governance, some niche impact investments – and how the fund is progressing without a chief investment officer. In 2013 the Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority (APRA) warned that trustees would no longer be able to excuse any unsuccessful investment decision by stating their consultant had advised them to do it. This […]
CIO profiles

NGS Super appoints first-ever CIO

NGS Super has appointed Mary Jane Fallon as its first ever chief investment officer in a role that will see the $5-billion fund take a more dynamic approach to avoiding risk and capturing opportunities. Fallon, who is leaving Energy Industries Superannuation Scheme and will join NGS Super at the end of this month, will be […]