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Mint CIO takes leave

Mint's chief investment officer is stepping aside and new appointments have been made.

Tuesday, August 9th 2022, 8:30AM

Anthony Halls is stepping down from his role as chief investment officer at Mint Asset Management.

He will take an extended period out of the industry, due to a medical incident in his family.

"Anthony has been an integral member of the Mint investment team for the last nine years, and he is retaining a shareholding in Mint via the Amplifi Group," Mint chief executive Rebecca Thomas says.

“While we are very sad to see Anthony leave Mint, we wholeheartedly support his difficult decision to step down. He leaves the investment team in very good shape and, in a testament to Mint’s team approach and depth, the wider investment team will pick up Anthony’s responsibilities seamlessly.”

Michael Kenealy has been appointed as portfolio manager of the Mint Australasian Property Fund, previously led by Halls.

Kenealy joined Mint in January as a senior analyst and has brought a highly analytical and energetic approach to the group. He has worked closely with the rest of the Mint investment team in taking research ownership of the property sector and co-managing the fund.

He will become the portfolio manager for the Mint Australasian Property Fund as well as Mint’s lead analyst for the property sector.

“Michael has a deep and abiding passion for investing. We are thrilled to apply his motivation and experience to the benefit of our Australasian Property Fund and the Investment team,” Thomas says.

Ryan Falls is joining the Mint Investment team as a senior analyst.

He joins the team after a targeted search for someone with his rare combination of skills, adding to Mints resources in asset class risk modelling, interest rates and inflation strategies, and econometric analysis.

Thomas says Mint is currently seeking an additional analyst to join the Australasian Equity team and enhance its capability and capacity.
 

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