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|... other growth options. The merger discussions were first confirmed in April this year, with TWUSUPER chief executive Frank Sandy saying at the time: "Although early in the process, there appears to be a strong synergy between the funds operationally ...|
|... members, so a merger looks promising," EISS Super chief executive Alexander Hutchison said. TWUSUPER chief executive Frank Sandy said: "Although early in the process, there appears to be a strong synergy between the funds operationally, which should ...|
|... objectives were appealing and compelling. The change will deliver premium savings to members," TWUSUPER chief executive Frank Sandy said. "Insurance is a critical area of the Fund's offer and delivers real value to the membership and as such is a key ...|
|... chief executive Bill McMillin has retired from the fund. According to the TWUSuper website, chief financial officer Frank Sandy has taken on the role of acting chief executive until a suitable replacement is found, with Wayne Jones acting as chief financial ...|
|... Jackson's resignation was for "personal reasons" and would take effect immediately. TWUSUPER's chief financial officer Frank Sandy took over the reins of the $3.5 billion dollar fund as acting chief executive. Sayer said that he was looking forward to ...|
|... board thanks Debora for her service and wishes her well for the future," he said. TWUSUPER's chief financial officer Frank Sandy will take the reins of the $3.5 billion dollar fund as acting chief executive, while the board "considers its options", Galbally ...|
A former New South Wales Treasury Corp executive has joined the prudential regulator as head of investment risk.
MLC Life has been handed a new group insurance mandate from a retail superannuation provider.
Pinnacle Investment Management has made a $3 million cornerstone investment in OpenInvest.
The Federal Reserve is restricting the investing activities of policymakers and senior staff, including banning them from holding or trading individual stocks and bonds.
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