HESTA appoints new CIO

HESTA has appointed former Queensland Investment Corporation (QIC) investment director Sonya Satwell-Rickson as its new chief investment officer.

Satwell-Rickson would oversee the super fund’s investment program which managed a global portfolio of assets just under $40 billion and would draw on past experience in both the funds management and superannuation sectors.

HESTA chief executive, Debby Blakey said: “Sonya brings outstanding investment experience and leadership across all aspects of portfolio management”.

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“Her insights will help drive innovation and continuing excellence across the spectrum of our investment activities,” she said.

Satwell-Rickson has held various leadership positions at QIC since 2007, and formerly worked in investment and corporate finance at QSuper.




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