Fiona Reynolds

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Mavis Robertson remembered

Two of Mavis Robertson’s closest colleagues have paid tribute to her role in the creation of superannuation as we know it and her inspiration to those within the industry. Together with Garry Weaven, chair of IFM Investors and ME Bank, she was one of the instigators for a compulsory superannuation system for all Australians. Weaven […]
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Ian Robertson resigns from LGS

Ian Robertson has resigned as director of the Local Government Super board and issued passing shots at those not pulling their weight in the industry. His last board meeting takes place on Wednesday and he will be replaced as the Development and Environmental Professionals’ Association’s nominated representative by Joanna Davison, the interim chief executive of […]
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Tom Garcia: disclose and deliver

Tom Garcia has big shoes to fill. His predecessor, Fiona Reynolds, had the rare combination of qualities that made her very influential, persuasive, knowledgeable and liked. As the new, and only second, chief executive of the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees, Garcia has the challenge of continuing the good work of its old head and […]
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Industry decries opposition on LICS

Former Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees chief executive and long-time superannuation advocate, Fiona Reynolds, has criticised the recent outcry over the Labor government’s proposal to increase tax on superannuation earnings for higher income earners. The proposal has led to fierce debate in Parliament and industry, with Labor being accused of “class warfare” in the House […]
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Fiona Reynolds farewells AIST

Conexus Financial recently hosted a farewell for Fiona Reynolds at Quay Bar in Sydney, as she departs AIST as CEO to take up the role of managing director of UNPRI, based in London. Watch our summary video below and for photos of the event, click here. For a full transcript of Fiona’s speech, click here.
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Reynolds named managing director of UNPRI

After 17 years with CMSF, the last five as chief executive of the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees, Fiona Reynolds will leave the organisation in January. She is moving to London to take up a new position as managing director of the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment in February. James Gifford will remain executive […]
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Reynolds named managing director of UNPRI

After 17 years with CMSF, the last five as chief executive of the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees, Fiona Reynolds will leave the organisation in January. She is moving to London to take up a new position as managing director of the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment in February. James Gifford will remain executive […]
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