Brumby to chair MTAA Super


Ex-premier has the right credentials to lead superannuation fund, Chief Executive says

March 8, 2011

The Motor Traders Association of Australia has appointed former Victorian premier John Brumby as Chairman-designate of MTAA Super.

Brumby will take up the position on April, replacing David Lloyd QC, who became interim Chairman last September, the MTAA, to which the National Heavy Vehicle Repairers Association is affiliated, says.

"I am very confident that MTAA Super and its members will benefit greatly from his significant experience at the forefront of some of Australia’s major infrastructure projects as well as his knowledge of industry policy, governance principles, and essential financial reforms affecting the superannuation sector," MTAA Super Chief Executive and Fund Secretary Michael Delaney says.

He adds that Brumby’s "credentials as a leader and administrator" are "impressive".

Brumby says: "I can assure MTAA Super, its members and all staff that I will devote the same energy and diligence that I provided during my government career to ensuring that MTAA Super is one of the very best industry funds."

The $6 billion MTAA Super Fund has about 290,000 members around Australia.

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