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New Super Fund board director

31-08-2010
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New Super Fund board director

The Self-Managed Super Fund Professionals’ Association of Australia (SPAA), which represents advisers to the $460 billion SMSF sector and is an advocate of high professional standards and competence in the industry, has appointed Andrew Gale to the SPAA Board. 

Mr Gale has over 30 years’ financial services experience, most recently as Managing Director and CEO for Count Financial. He was appointed CEO of Count Financial in 2010 and led the Scheme of Arrangement process following CBA’s acquisition of Count to ensure a smooth transition to CBA. 
 
Before joining Count Financial, Mr Gale was a Managing Partner of Deloitte Actuaries & Consultants and has held senior executive roles in distribution, marketing and strategy with two of Australia's leading financial services organisations, MLC and AMP. 

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