AUSTRALIA - Frank Gullone has resigned as CEO of superannuation administrator Superpartners, after more than four years in the role.
The announcement comes less than two months after the A$56bn administrator announced a management shake-up in which four senior management were name.
The firm has yet to make any official announcement on Gullone's resignation, but reports in the Financial Standard in Australia state he handed in his three month notice this week and planned to stay on until 20 April.
In late November, Superpartners announced two newly created positions with Peter McNeil joining as chief operations manager and Andrew Jarvis as executive manager of people and organisational development.
John Simpson and Chris Deakin were appointed senior managers.
Paul Budgen is set to join financial technology and auto-enrolment (AE) firm Smart Pension as director of business development.
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