Dwyer given several curtain calls

Rollover wishes his very best to industry stalwart and recently departed First State Super chief executive, Michael Dwyer.

It is a measure of Dwyer’s standing in the superannuation industry that he was granted so many farewell appearances that one or two wags were suggesting that he was either John Farnham or Dame Nellie Melba without a singing voice.

Dwyer was of course the 2018 recipient of Super Review's Lifetime Achievement Award and was granted the privilege of giving the 2018 industry oration at November’s Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia conference in Adelaide.

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While he may have departed the challenges of being a fund chief executive, Rollover knows that Dwyer will not be lost to the industry or his charitable pursuits. Expect to see him on a few industry boards and continuing his work with the UNHCR.

Good work, Michael.

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