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Greg Sword resigns as CEO of LUCRF SuperBY ALICE URIBE | FRIDAY, 28 FEB 2014 10:10AM
LUCRF Super chief executive Greg Sword notified the fund's board that he would be stepping down after eight years in the role.
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