Stewart Brentnall joined TCorp as its first Chief Investment Officer in March 2017. The position was created following a merger between TCorp and two other NSW funds (State Super and iCare, formerly NSW WorkCover). He oversees asset allocation and manager selection. In this position, Mr Brentnall is responsible for running an aggregate portfolio of $110bn, representing defined benefit pension assets, insurance reserves, an infrastructure recycling assets and an intergenerational sovereign wealth fund.  Mr Brentnall has led the evolution of TCorp’s investment model to a Total Portfolio Approach.

From 2010-2017, Mr. Brentnall was Chief Investment Officer for ANZ, one of the large Australian banks. In 2009, ANZ bought out its joint venture with ING to strengthen its position in wealth management. He was brought in to oversee the transition, and to design and implement its asset management strategy.

Mr. Brentnall was previously Head of Investment Solutions at BT Financial Group, a newly created business unit to manage external funds. He also held various leadership roles in asset management at Queensland Investment Corporation (QIC), Goldman Sachs and Schroders. He began his career as an auditor with Deloitte.