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|... government and beyond, and we will continue to deliver great service for them." Also commenting, Active Super chair Kyle Loades said the fund's investments, operations and service is not impacted by the change and that it remains a profit-to-member ...|
|... fund's audit and compliance committee and serves on the member services committee and risk committee. LGS chair Kyle Loades acknowledged Miller's contribution to the board and members of the fund. "Bruce is a strong advocate for responsible and ...|
|... world to return to what it once was, the focus is now on recovery and what the post-pandemic world will look like. Kyle Loades, chair of the Australian Transformation and Turnaround Association (AusTTA) suggests that while the business and investment ...|
|... Settlements, as well as the Australia and New Zealand Recycling Platform and CBHS Corporate Health, among others. LGS chair Kyle Loades said the addition of Bels as a non-executive director would bring a wealth of experience to the fund, noting her "impressive ...|
|... experience in financial services organisations in times of change is a good fit for LGS and our members," LGS chair Kyle Loades said. "The LGS board, in making this pivotal appointment, was focussed on securing a candidate who could lead the fund in ...|
|... constitution in June to add more independent candidates to its board. Local Government Super's new board chair is Kyle Loades who has worked with NRMA, Credit Union Australia. Loades is currently a professor at the University of Newcastle. In another ...|
AIA Australia's newly launched advice business has named a chief executive to lead its efforts, as the life insurer brings some Commonwealth Financial Planning advisers into the fold.
Yesterday's Standing Committee hearings on financial advice suggested the corporate regulator and industry superannuation funds are the only ones benefiting from increasing costs.
The superannuation startup geared at self-employed workers is looking to raise $1.5 million, as it sets it sights on 60,000 members in five years.
The Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) has made changes to its procedures to weed out complaints where the consumer didn't really suffer any financial harm.
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