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|... members achieving the best financial position possible in their retirement." Her appointment sees the departure of Dave Oliver who has served on the fund's board for 14 years. Oliver first joined the fund in 2007 and was appointed deputy chair in ...|
|... January 2020, Innes Willox was appointed as the deputy chair of AustralianSuper's board, taking over from ACTU secretary Dave Oliver. Willox has been on AustralianSuper's board since December 2014. He is an employer director appointed by Ai Group, where ...|
|... best aligns to deliver these projects is the bigger question. Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) secretary Dave Oliver told the forum that industry super's story should resonate politically but there's a constant battle between government thinking. ...|
|AustralianSuper has appointed existing board member Dave Oliver as deputy chair following the departure of Paul Howes, who left the fund's board in July. The vacant board position left by Howes, meanwhile, has been filled by Howes' successor as national ...|
|... Heather Ridout, but remain on the fund's investment committee. Doug Cameron has been replaced by AMWU national secretary Dave Oliver, Greg Combet by the ACTU's Cath Bowtell, while Bill Shorten's replacement is still unconfirmed. All three directors are ...|
AMP today announces the appointment of Felicia Trewin as its new chief technology officer and member of the group executive committee.
State Street Global Advisors will roll out enhancements to four of its SPDR ETFs and, in the process, give Australian investors access to an ESG-focused global real estate ETF and reduced carbon emissions emerging markets ETF for the first time.
New Morningstar research recommends retirees should drop the 4% withdrawal rate to 3.3% for a balanced portfolio.
The former chief claims officer at Zurich Financial Services has moved to ClearView Wealth in a newly created role.
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