Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand has this morning confirmed the departure of the head of its superannuation division.
Liz Westover has resigned from her position as head of superannuation at CAANZ. Her last day with the association will be 4 November.
Ms Westover made the announcement via LinkedIn this morning, and a CAANZ spokesperson confirmed the departure with SMSF Adviser.
At this stage, CAANZ has not replaced Ms Westover.
SMSF Adviser understands Ms Westover is relocating from Sydney to Melbourne.
“I have thoroughly enjoyed representing my professional association on all things superannuation, but am now looking for new challenges and opportunities in my new home town of Melbourne,” Ms Westover said.
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