MDA firm hires former Pillar chief executiveBY KARREN VERGARA | THURSDAY, 13 APR 2017 12:45PM
Listed managed discretionary account company Managed Accounts Holdings Limited (MGP) added a former Pillar chief executive to its board with the aim of growing its retail superannuation sector.
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