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MTAA Super, Tasplan reveal executive lineupBY KARREN VERGARA | THURSDAY, 3 SEP 2020 3:50PM
MTAA Super and Tasplan have unveiled the new executive team that will steer the newly-merged entity into the future.
Read more: MTAA Super, Tasplan, Leeanne Turner, Amy Ward, Chris Porter, Dave Stuart, First State Super, Grace Angeles, Greg Hanigan, Kathleen Crawford, Keryn Welch, Michael Irving, Michael Sykes, Nick Connor, Ningning Lyons, Phil Brown, Robyn Judd, Ross Barry, Superannuation, Wayne Davy
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