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|... transition to retirement with the best outcomes financially," Link chief executive, retirement and superannuation solutions Dee McGrath said. "Our partnership with Retirement Essentials provides an important piece of the puzzle for an all-encompassing ...|
|... will look to continuously improve services, efficiencies and costs, while managing risk for members and employers. Dee McGrath, chief executive of Link's retirement and superannuation solutions, said: "Building on our strong, existing strategic partnership ...|
|... growth and development for these staff," Elia said. Link Group retirement and superannuation solutions chief executive Dee McGrath commented: "This step will see us provide the full benefits of our market leading technological capability to ensure consistent ...|
|... Group, ensuring the continued support of the fund. He will report to Link chief executive, superannuation solutions Dee McGrath. McCormack joins from QSuper where he held the lead growth strategy role for close to four years. Prior to that he was executive ...|
|... positive, technology driven experiences and outcomes." Link retirement & superannuation solutions chief executive Dee McGrath said the Link team was excited to continue its work with HESTA. "We are delighted to have been reappointed by HESTA as its fund ...|
|... partner has been appointed as chief executive of Link Fund Administration, as Link shuffles its executive lineup. Dee McGrath will now oversee Link Group's administration functions which services many superannuation funds. In her most recent role she ...|
The financial adviser population has reverted to the pre-financial services Royal Commission days, ending at 20,667 in the first quarter of 2021.
Local institutional investors appointed 313 mandates totaling $43 billion in 2020, down from $51 billion the year before, according to Rainmaker's latest Mandate Chaser report.
In the latest of many executive exits, AMP Capital has confirmed its head of real estate distribution has departed after more than a decade with the company.
A defined benefit fund with $77 million in funds under management is completing a successor fund transfer to a Mercer subplan.
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