Boutique superannuation fund, AMG Super, is expanding its executive team with two appointments.
Former client partnership manager at Australian Administration Services (part of Link Group), Tony McGraw, will commence with AMG Super on 10 July 2017 as the new manager of product and strategy.
Terry Constable will be moving from AMG Super's head office in Brisbane to Melbourne to take up the position of senior business development manager - VIC, SA and WA.
AMG Super general manager Alan Hegerty welcomed the new appointees adding: "As we continue to grow nationally it is important that we have an ongoing distribution presence in the southern states to meet the needs of a rapidly expanding client base."
"Terry has done an outstanding job over the past couple of years and having his experience on the ground in Melbourne will be great for our clients."
AMG Super was established in 2000 as a joint initiative between DDH Graham Limited and Pension Investments Limited. The fund provides flexible investment options, giving members a more hands-on approach to managing their superannuation, as well as managed options.
According to Rainmaker Selecting Super data, the fund currently has more than $500 million under management, with about 7000 members.
AMG Super was also a finalist in the Selecting Super Awards for the years 2013, 2015, and 2016.