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MTAA Super drops claim that former chair breached Corps Act

The $6 billion Motor Trades Association of Australia Super (MTAA Super) has dropped the allegation that its former chairman, John Rickus, breached the Corporations Act by supplying private information about the fund’s alternative investment strategies to a specialist alternatives advisory business with which he was seeking employment.
Investment Strategy

MTAA Super claims Rickus breached Corps Act for new job

The Motor Trades Association of Australia Super fund (MTAA Super) has alleged that its former chair, John Rickus, breached the Corporations Act by providing confidential information about the fund’s alternatives investment strategies while applying to become chairman of Principle Advisory Services, a specialist alternatives advisory firm.
Investment Strategy

MTAA Super claims Rickus breached Corps Act for new job

The Motor Trades Association of Australia Super fund (MTAA Super) has alleged that its former chair, John Rickus, breached the Corporations Act by providing confidential information about the fund’s alternatives investment strategies while applying to become chairman of Principle Advisory Services, a specialist alternatives advisory firm.
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