People - DECEMBER 1, 2021

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MTAA/Spirit Super to get new leader in 2022

by Kali Persall

Jason Murray has been chosen to succeed Leeanne Turner, long-serving chief executive of MTAA/Spirit Super fund, when she retires from her post early next year. Murray was appointed to take over for Turner at MTAA/Spirit Super after an extensive search.

Turner has 40 years of experience in the superannuation industry, with 11 years as leader of MTAA/ Spirit Super, according to Super Review. After overseeing the merger between MTAA and Tasplan, which came together in April, Turner wanted to hand the fund over to someone who can lead it to the next stage of growth.

“I am proud to leave Spirit Super in a strong position, with strong investment performance, over A$26 billion in funds under management, more than 320,000 members and our member-best-interest culture stronger than ever,” said Turner.

Turner’s successor, Murray, served the past four years as chief of member experience at QSuper Group. He previously had various roles at Credit Union Australi

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