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|... Minto is currently the chair of Swiss Re and Partners Life, and sits on the boards of the National Disability Insurance Agency and Dai-ichi Life Asia Pacific. Just yesterday it was announced Minto had departed Equity Trustees where he held the role of ...|
|... since June 2018. Prior to that she was deputy chief executive and chief risk officer at the National Disability Insurance Agency and held a number of senior roles at the National Australia Bank on-and-off for over 25-years. Roberts was also chief risk ...|
|... currently serves on the boards of Dai-ichi Life Asia Pacific and Equity Trustees, as well as the National Disability Insurance Agency. Additionally, Minto chairs Partners Life, a New Zealand life insurance company. Chair of Swiss Re's boards in Australia ...|
|... benefiting from the relocation of a number of Government agencies, including WorkSafe and the National Disability Insurance Agency. "The acquisition complements our investment philosophy and offers reliable, long-term income for investors," Huljich said. ...|
|... He is also a non-executive director of the AFG Australian Finance Group, director of the National Disability Insurance Agency, and was formerly chair of ASFA and of the Trustee Corporation of New Zealand. "Jim's addition to our Board adds extensive experience ...|
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The nation's wealth gap continues to widen as new research suggests Australia is among the richest in the world, rising up the ranks to record one of the largest gains in wealth in 2020.
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The Guardians of NZ Superannuation promoted a senior investment strategist to head of asset allocation.
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Citi has appointed a new head of research for Australia and New Zealand.
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Clients who claimed Commonwealth Bank financial advisers put them in expensive CMLA life insurance policies instead of cheaper alternatives have been asked to narrow their group definition.
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