Comings and goings

If there is one thing that distinguishes the superannuation industry at the start of any year it is the number of fund executives who find themselves, voluntarily or otherwise, experiencing a change in jobs.

Thus, Rollover wishes NGS Super chief executive, Anthony Rodwell-Ball all the best following his decision to part company with the fund in early February, and he notes that his old mate, Paul Cahill has finally taken the reins over at NESS Super.

The board at NGS Super have apparently called in the head-hunters to help them find a suitable replacement for Rodwell-Ball, but Rollover reckons there are a couple of recently recruited internal candidates who might also be up to the job.

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In the meantime, word on the street is that another plum industry fund role is up for grabs, with at least one recruiter making discreet phone calls to discern who might be interested.

Watch this space.

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