Future Fund appoints Deputy CIO for public markets

Executive Move


The Future Fund has announced changes to its organisational structure with David George appointed as deputy CIO, public markets, effective March 2018.

George joined The Future Fund in 2008 as a director in the debt and alternatives team and was appointed as head of debt and alternatives in 2013.

Prior to this, he was a principal at Mercer Investment Consulting in Sydney and previously held management and analytical roles at Mercer in Toronto, the Royal Bank of Canada and Integra Capital Management.

Other changes to the Future Fund's investment team include the appointment of former head of infrastructure & timberland, Wendy Norris, as deputy CIO, private markets, and the departure of long-standing chief investment strategist, Stephen Gilmore.

General counsel, Cameron Price, will also take on additional responsibilities as chief risk officer.

Commenting on the changes, CEO, David Neal, said: “To sustain our success as our portfolio grows we are refining our structure. This will strengthen our collaborative approach and help us to be more nimble and streamlined in the hunt for investment opportunities, the management of the investment portfolio and the creation and use of technology and risk insights."

He added: “Implementing these changes will help us stay sharply focused on our task of investing for the benefit of future generations of Australians."


March 2018

Head of Debt & Alternatives

Future Fund


March 2018

Deputy Chief Investment Officer, Public Markets

Future Fund

News reports on this move

Investor Daily
Financial Standard