Cbus appoints Robbie Campo

Cbus Super has appointed Robbie Campo to the newly created role of group executive – brand, advocacy, marketing and product.

Campo’s role starts on 31 July and would oversee all aspects of brand, marketing and communications support to the business as well as corporate affairs, industry partnerships, product development, and public policy advocacy.

Cbus chief executive, David Atkin, said: “Robbie comes to the fund after almost two decades working in industry superannuation and has extensive experience working within complex regulatory, political, stakeholder, and commercial environment”.

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“Our point of difference is our strategy of long-term innovative investment in the real economy and the built environment – our investments create jobs and secure retirements for our members,” Atkin said.

Campo was most recently Industry Super Australia’s deputy chief executive and was a non-executive director of IFS. She is the National Policy Committee chair, Women in Super director, and Victoria Legal Aid non-executive director.

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