Alison Tarditi is the Chief Investment Officer of the Australian Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation (CSC), which manages the pension assets of Australian Commonwealth Government civilian employees and members of the Defence forces.
Prior to this appointment, Alison worked with Citigroup in Australia, as their Director of Equity Strategy; with BT Funds Management, as their Head of Research and Quantitative Asset Allocation Strategies, co-managing TAA products for domestic and international clients; and with the Reserve Bank of Australia, as the Head of Financial Conditions in their Economic Research and Analysis Department.
Alison has been the Chairman of the long-term investing and infrastructure councils for the World Economic Forum (WEF) since 2014 and is currently Co-Chair of the WEF’s Long-term Investor Council. She is also a member of the CFA’s Global Advisory Committee on the Future of Finance.
In a pro bono capacity, Alison is Director on the Foundation Board and Finance committees of the Art Gallery of New South Wales. Alison retired as Chairman of the Investment Advisory Board and Director on the Eastern Territorial Advisory Board of the Salvation Army in Australia in December 2017 and as a Director on the Board of corporate advisory firm, Regnan, in 2019, after a decade of pro-bono service to both organisations.
Alison has a first class Honours degree and University Medal from James Cook University and a Masters of Science from the London School of Economics, both earned under scholarships from the Reserve Bank of Australia.