National Achievement Awards recognise top super executivesBY DARREN SNYDER | TUESDAY, 17 NOV 2015 12:45PM
Excitement is building as the 2015 National Achievement Awards will be announced in Melbourne tomorrow, recognising the top chief investment, chief financial and chief operating officers across Australian superannuation funds and other fiduciary investor organisations.Read more: Year, National Achievement, Melbourne, Chief Investment Officer of, Chief Operating Officer of, Financial Standard, La Trobe Financial, Sam Sicilia, Chief Financial Officer of, Chief Investment Officer Oscar Fabian, REST Industry Super Ruby Chi, Telstra Super Chief Operating Officer Steven Leach, VicSuper Robert Fowler, Antony Thow LUCRF Super, Australians, Chris Stevens REST Industry Super, Energy Super Chris Stevens, Greg O'Neill, HESTA Jim Christensen, Jim Christensen Telstra Super, LaTrobe Financial, Local Government Super Antony Thow, LUCRF Super Chief Financial Officer Phil Hagen, Phil Hagen Energy Super, RACV Club, Rainmaker SelectingSuper, Tony Griffin Local Government Super, UniSuper Tony Griffin
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