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|... banking opportunity outside of CBA Group. Hugh Humphrey, CBA executive general manager of advice, has appointed Michael Spurr as interim general manager. Spurr is executive manager, business delivery at Count Financial. Prior to this he was a project ...|
|Countplus chief executive Michael Spurr will step down after four years in the job and will be replaced by Total Financial Solutions (TFS) chief executive. TFS is Countplus' financial planning group subsidiary and its chief executive Phillip Aris will ...|
|Countplus chief executive and managing director Michael Spurr has announced he will step down at the completion of his current contract after four years in the role. Spurr will remain in his co-role as chief financial officer for up to 12 months to ...|
|... Post-completion, PEC Group management should remain in place, working with Manish Sundarjee, Kidman's managing partner and Michael Spurr, Countplus chief executive. Aside from the initial payment, subsequent performance based payments will be made to ...|
|... SuperGeneration, a superannuation specialist, through its WA subsidiary McDonald Pynt Lawyers. Chief financial officer Michael Spurr said financial planning businesses now made up 15 per cent of the firm's total revenue with a lot of growth expected ...|
|... Premium chairman. In November last year, Countplus, an accounting and financial planning firm consolidator, appointed Michael Spurr as its chief executive officer, taking over from Wardell who was the interim chief executive and the acquisitions and ...|
|... public float later this month. Countplus, Count Financial Limited's former wholly-owned subsidiary, has appointed Michael Spurr as its chief executive officer. Spurr was formerly Count Financial's chief financial officer and has been with Count for over ...|
|... - buy a business where you've got pricing power," he said. Meanwhile Count Financial's chief investment officer, Michael Spurr, said the firm did not generally recommend agribusiness investments to all clients as they tended to be long term investment ...|
|... main reason for that is because of the Australian culture of investing a lot of their savings in property," said Michael Spurr, the group's acting chief operating officer. One way to access illiquid savings housed in property is through an equity release ...|
According to analysis from Openmarkets Group, on average Baby Boomers and Generation X are making money on meme stocks, while Millennials are losing money.
The chief executive of a soon-to-merge industry super fund has announced he will not seek a role within the merged fund.
Life insurer TAL launched three new offerings that aim to address fairness and sustainability of income protection products.
AMP Capital made two key appointments to its real estate team and infrastructure equity business.
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