Class Limited appoints new chairman

Self-managed super fund (SMSF) software provider, Class Limited, has announced its chairman Barry Lambert will be succeeded by Matthew Quinn.

Lambert announced his retirement from the board of directors with effect from today.

Quinn joined the company's board of directors in July, 2015. He previously served as managing director of Stockland and is currently a non-executive director of CSR Limited and UrbanGrowth NSW as well as a chairman of Carbonxt Group Limited and mPort Pty Ltd.

He was also a national president of the Property Council of Australia from 2003 to 2005 and a director of the Business Council of Australia in 2012.




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