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Australia Day honours recognise industry stalwartsBY JAMIE WILLIAMSON | TUESDAY, 29 JAN 2019 12:22PM
Several veterans of Australia's financial services industry were recognised over the long weekend in the 2019 Australia Day Honours List.Read more: NAB, ASIC, Commonwealth Bank, Link Group, Principal Global Investors, APN Funds Management, Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce, Australia Centre for Financial Studies, Australian Catholic Superannuation, Catholic Church Insurance Asset Management, Clean Energy Finance Corporation, Commonwealth Managed Investments, David Hoare, Emergency Services Superannuation Scheme, Franklin Templeton Investments Australia, Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Geoff Brunsdon, ING Australia, Jillian Broadbent, Jillian Segal, John Lonsdale, John McMurtrie, JP Morgan Australia, Karl Morris, KPMG, Lendlease, Macquarie, Maria Wilton, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Merrill Lynch International Australia, MetLife Australia, Michael Ullmer, National Gallery of Victoria, Ord Minnett, RaboBank Australia, Reserve Bank of Australia, Richard Haddock, Swiss Re Australia, UBS Australia
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The poor quality of group insurance data is conducive to administrative blunders that are notoriously difficult to rectify, according to Rice Warner.
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