Tasplan risk chief to depart
Tasplan's chief risk officer, Greg Hanigan, will leave the organisation at the completion of its merger with MTAA Super in 2021.
Hanigan has been with Tasplan for nearly 12 years, joining the Hobart-based fund in 2009 as a compliance and risk manager. During his tenure he's also served as company secretary and executive manager of governance, risk and compliance. He was named CRO in 2019.
MTAA Super's Amy Ward has been named the joint fund's chief of governance, risk, and compliance.
"On behalf of our respective Boards, staff, and members, I sincerely thank all the executives for their dedication and commitment to the funds," said CEO designate Leeanne Turner. "They have been instrumental in driving this merger and have been integral to our success for many years leading up to this. I wish them all the best with their future endeavours."
Before joining Tasplan, Hanigan was a financial planner with Tasmanian Perpetual Trustees and held management roles at Hostplus and NAB.
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