Meat industry fund, AMIST Super will have a new chief executive, with the board having decided to elevate Murray Rutherford to the role.

Super Review has confirmed that Rutherford will be stepping up to replace James Thomas who is retiring.

Rutherford has acted in the CEO role in recent months, and has been elevated from his position as Head of Investment and Head of Governance.

Rutherford joined the AMIST executive team in 2014 and brings more than 20 years’ experience to the CEO position including a period as a senior analyst with the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA).

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