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Ms Rubin is Deputy Chair of AustralianSuper, one of the largest multi employer superannuation funds in Australia. She is also a director of a number of organisations including the Transport Accident Commission, Industry Super Property Trust and Hotel Leisure & Tourism Trust.
Ms Rubin was previously Executive Director – Investments at The Australian Retirement Fund (ARF), where she oversaw a A$10 billion investment portfolio. During her tenure, she managed the expansion of the portfolio into new asset classes and financial products, as well as the establishment of joint ventures with leading market participants.
Mr Chris Ryan, Chairman of Bravura said: "On behalf of Bravura’s shareholders, we welcome Elana to the Board. I am delighted to announce an appointment of such calibre, and look forward to the considerable superannuation and business expertise Elana will bring in influencing Board decision-making."
Ms Rubin said: “I’m delighted to join the Board at a pivotal time in Bravura’s growth. Bravura has made significant inroads in its home market of Australia and now has a clear vision to build on that success to expand in select offshore markets. I look forward to participating in the critical decision making processes to be contemplated by the Board of Directors to meet Bravura’s business goals and the expectations of shareholders.”
Ms Rubin holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) and Master of Arts from the University of Melbourne, and has qualifications in Applied Finance and Investment, superannuation and company secretaryship. She is also a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a member of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia.
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