Cahill departs ClubPlus

Long-serving ClubPlus Superannuation chief executive, Paul Cahill has resigned.

Cahill, who had been chief executive of the NSW licensed clubs-based industry fund for nine and a half years, has confirmed his exit to Super Review.

The superannuation fund is expected to issue a formal announcement of Cahill's departure later today (Monday).

Cahill is regarded as one of the superannuation industry's more experienced senior executives, having previously been chief executive of the Australian Meat Industry Superannuation Trust (AMIST).




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