AUSTRALIA - Rosemary Vilgan has been appointed new chair of the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA) for the second time.
Vilgan former tenure was from 1997 to 2000, when she became the body's youngest, and first female, chair.
She succeeds Lorraine Berends, principal at Marvin & Palmer Associates.
I'm delighted to be given the opportunity to chair ASFA again, particularly at a time of great challenge and opportunity for the superannuation industry, Vilgan said.
In her continuing role as CEO of the Government Superannuation Office (GSO), Vilgan oversees the Queensland government's superannuation programme, which involves assets in excess of A$30bn for more than 430,000 members.
The major scheme administered is the QSuper Fund, of which she is the executive officer.
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