At GESB, the investment team undertakes a range of activities to help maximise the long-term value of your super and retirement accounts.
Paul Taylor - General Manager, Investments
Paul leads our Investment team and has overall responsibility for investment governance, investment strategy, asset allocation, portfolio construction and investment monitoring.
He has over 20 years of investment experience with superannuation funds and other institutional investors.
Before joining us in 2019, Paul spent four years with Willis Towers Watson, most recently as their Head of Asset Consulting in Australia.
He previously worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers, where he led their institutional investment advisory practice, and an investment consultancy firm in London, where he was Head of Investment Manager Research.
Paul is a CFA® charterholder and holds a Bachelor of Computer and Mathematical Science (Statistics and Economics).
John Lim - Senior Investment Analyst
Gus Macfarlane - Senior Investment Analyst
Gus contributes to the formulation and management of GESB's asset class strategies and investment manager monitoring.
He has a Master of Science in International Securities, Investment and Banking and a Bachelor of Science in Business, Economics and Law. Before joining GESB in 2015, Gus held roles in FX trading and capital management in the private sector.
Meghann Roberts - Senior Investment Analyst
Meghann is responsible for overseeing GESB's foreign exchange risk management. Meghann also contributes to the formulation and management of GESB's asset class strategies and investment manager monitoring, as well as analysing economic, investment and performance data across all asset classes.
Meghann has a Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Commerce and a Certificate in Quantitative Finance. Before joining GESB in December 2012, Meghann worked at the Western Australia Treasury Corporation as a quantitative financial analyst.
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