Leading corporate super fund appoints chief risk officer

30 May 2019
| By Hannah |
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TelstraSuper has announced that Sabine Taylor, who was appointed as its interim chief risk officer in February, will transition into a permanent version of the role, effective immediately.

Prior to her interim appointment, Taylor was head of wrap operations at Colonial First State and had previously held roles at UniSuper, AMP and the Commonwealth Bank. She had over 25 years’ industry experience in risk, compliance, operations, governance, fraud and security.

TelstraSuper chief executive, Chris Davies, welcomed the permanent appointment, saying that Taylor had proven to be a great fit for the super fund.

“We’re pleased to appoint someone of such calibre and look forward to working with her to ensure any form of risk that the fund and members are exposed to are appropriately managed,” he added.

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