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Can an outsider transform ipac financial planning?BY MICHELLE BALTAZAR | TUESDAY, 30 MAR 2010 12:10PM
Can a top travel executive help lead a $5.5 billion financial planning business? That's the question advisers asked when financial planning group ipac appointed former American Express executive, Libby Roy, as the new head of its advice arm.
Pendal Group has appointed a new chair in Deborah Page.
The US $3.5 trillion asset manager State Street Global Advisors has released its annual proxy letter to portfolio companies, putting ASX-listed companies on notice.
Former politician John Brogden has taken on a new role with Colonial First State.
As the federal government released its draft plan to end violence against women and children, the superannuation industry is calling for action on financial abuse and control.
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