Industry super fund Mine Wealth + Wellbeing has named a former Commonwealth Financial Planning (CFP) executive as its new chief strategy officer.
Vasyl Nair will join the company on 25 July, the fund said in a statement. He will be responsible for developing, socialising and executing a new corporate strategy function and will provide insight, independent information and advice to the fund’s chief executive, board and executive team.
Mr Nair joins Mine Wealth + Wellbeing from Colonial First State, where he was employed as an executive manager. Prior to that, he was an executive manager at Commonwealth Financial Planning for more than three years.
In April, Mine Wealth + Wellbeing appointed former CFP general manager Harry Mitchell as its chief executive.
“Mine Wealth + Wellbeing is a successful and innovative fund that’s entirely focused on improving the overall wealth and wellbeing outcomes of our members,” chief executive Harry Mitchell said.
“Vasyl brings exceptional business acumen and experience to the role. His proven ability to develop and execute strategic imperatives will help Mine Wealth + Wellbeing deliver further value to our members while also helping the fund differentiate and expand.”
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