ClubPlus begins search for new CEO

NSW Clubs-based industry, ClubPlus has begun the search for a new chief executive following the resignation of Paul Cahill.

Both Cahill and ClubPlus confirmed his departure on Monday, with the fund's head of marketing, brand and strategy, Stefan Strano, stepping into the chief executive role on an interim basis.

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.

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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