CBA Group Super CEO to retire

11 March 2019
| By Hannah |
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Doug Carmichael has announced his retirement as chief executive of Commonwealth Bank’s Group Super offering, effective from the end of this June.

Carmichael had led the trustee services team in its service of the group super fund as CEO for the past nine years, during which had had assisted in the development and execution of strategies to achieve member satisfaction, fund growth, and member retention.

Commonwealth Bank had already commenced its search for a new CEO.

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